We would love to get people's thoughts and feedback on this format for exploring blind tasting. We will have a follow up video with Christopher Tanghe discussing red wines soon.
I love the concept - any information that helps folks improve their tasting notes is good. This video will be most useful to someone who has already learned markers for fair game or major wines. One note: The soundtrack at 3:44 when Emily and Bryce taste the wine is a bit unusual - I realize that it is supposed to represent swishing the wine in their mouths, but when I watch and listen to people blind tasting, that "Listerine gargling" sound is hardly audible.
This is great! Also, the glasses are sexy.
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Very helpful and a good idea. I find this structure of breaking down a wine as opposed to "griding" a wine easier to process as a viewer. Its more relaxed and the act of bouncing ideas off one another in this setting gets the riddle solving process moving quickly. It helps. A slew of these vids could be helpful over the classic varietals. Thanks.
I can`t wait for some more whites and reds! Awesome.
I don't know how well this will show on camera, but it would be helpful do a closeup on the color and tears as if us viewers are actually looking at it to show the subtle nuances(especially the secondary colors). Otherwise, I think this video series is off to a great start and I look forward to seeing some more.
I really like the pacing of this video. I found it much easier to casually follow along, unlike a lot of videos where people are blasting through the grid.
Good one. I always enjoy when people talk through a wine together rather than just putting one person on the spot and watching them go through the grid without any explanation.
Also a side-by-side comparison of polar examples of viscosity would be illustrative.
Geoff's walking through each comment really makes this video.
Awesome info! Looking forward to the next one!
This was really helpful
I would love to see more of these! It is a lot of fun to blind taste along with you based only off of your descriptors.