Cork Screwed

City: Hamilton/Niagara
Genre: Food
Host: Ralph deGroot, Patrick Gagliardi

Ralph and Pat are a couple of regular guys who know one thing about wine: they like to drink it. Join them as they travel to vineyards across the Niagara Region and learn how to make it, pair it and that Pinot Noir isn't a cologne.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Ralph and Pat visit The Good Food and Wine Co. and learn about Cabernet Franc, the Niagara wine region and break myths about rosé.

Episode 2

Ralph and Pat visit Flat Rock Cellars and learn about Pinot Noir, limestone and break myths about white wine with fish.

Episode 3

Ralph and Pat visit the Featherstone Estate Winery and learn about Riesling aromas and the power of sheep.

Episode 4

Ralph and Pat visit Henry of Pelham winery and learn about Baco Noir, the Speck family history and the red wine fermentation process.

Episode 5

Ralph and Pat visit Southbrook Vineyards and learn about Chardonnay, biodiversity and pollination.

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