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My PalatePress.com article on Brett in White Burgundy.
Funky intro music by indie band Binaerpilot, Destroy the Popollution. Used with permission.
Caddyshack is Â© 1980 Orion Pictures Corporation.
Ask the Pinotblogger,
Josh, the thing that I like about you is you don’t do something unless its at a very high-level.
Good stuff here.
Once again the Pinotblogger comes through. Great stuff man. I will be interested to see what the “Brett trials” produce. I to am a bit sensitive to the little microbe and surely will find this experiment fascinating. Keep
up the good work. Alan
Great first effort! Love your style and can’t wait for more episodes to come in the future.
That flash intro was totally awesome. Did you follow a tutorial to learn that? Spectacularrrrr.
Thanks for the kind words everyone. Much appreciated. never know quite how things will go your first time on anything, much less something as fraught with the potential for embarrassment as a vlog.
@Dr Horowitz – It actually wasn’t flash. I used photoshop to make different versions of Parker talking, and then used still frame animation in iMovie to make it match the voice over. The wine is a bit of stock footage I purchased off iStockPhoto.com, and the title is a stock sequence from iMovie.
Great take on brett, it’s so subjective. In fact when I hear winemakers or tasting room folks, sales people tell customers it has a little brett I just shake my head!
Looking forward to future video’s.
This was an excellent vlog. Please make more! Your site is great and wines seems to be a crowd-pleaser.
Looking forward to more – please!
(I wet my whistle on wine review vlogs starting with the link you get to by clicking my name…it’s a good example of a vlog!)…
The background looks so amazing that if I haven’t been there myself I would totally think it was CGI or something. Great concept Josh!
LOVE the way you are using video, Josh! Thanks for answering my question. Personally, I like a little dirt along with the fruit in my red wines – and clearly people have different thresholds for that (and any other wine characteristic).