Northwest Wine Night TV

Northwest Wine Night TV – “Tea & Crumpets, Wine & Muppets” (ep 173)

Episode 172: Tonight’s episode is brought to you by the letter “C” and the number “4,” as in four stars at the table having too much fun with Chardonnay.  We’re in full form tonight, as host Brian Calvert challenges everyone to compare their wine to their favorite Muppet.  The inner Animal escapes, and we end …

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Northwest Wine Night TV – “Pouring for St. Patty’s” (ep169) 3.15.17

Episode 169: Oh yes, we’re shamrocks and sheleighleighs galore this week as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with two bottles of delicious Northwest-made Sangiovese.   But we also spend a little time practicing our Italian accents.  We’re sure you’ll agree that we should probably practice…and drink…some more! So, grab a glass of wine, and if you’re …

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Northwest Wine Night TV – “I Will Always Love Wine” (ep.163) 2.01.17

Episode 163: Our Valentines gift to you comes in the form of some delicious Cabernet Sauvignon, and Brittney’s mom!  Our intrepid Senior Producer had to step in when a regularly scheduled panelist didn’t show up.  She also books our audience, which this week includes her mom.  So, imagine the applause she got from dear old …

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Northwest Wine Night TV – “Christmas Chestnuts” (ep161) 12.14.16

Episode 161: Have you ever tried roasting chestnuts by an open fire?  One of the stars at the table strongly suggests against it, beginning a free-for-all that ends in entendres and laughs.  It’s a Christmas party you’ll really enjoy, featuring two bottles of local Chardonnay…which would pair wonderfully with your holiday meal! So, grab a …

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Northwest Wine Night TV – “Don’t Be A Blockhead” (ep158) 11.16.16

Episode 158: As we approach the holiday season, we come bearing a gift for your dinner table: Rosé.  It’s the perfect compliment to dinner, and we tasted two delicious version on tonight’s show…where we were also reminded to make good choices (always seems like a good idea, right), and we pay tribute to a television …

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