Uncorked: Wine Made Simple
Wine Spectator magazine called the premiere season of UNCORKED: Wine Made Simple "Stunningly beautiful and one of the most comprehensive guides to wine on TV." Narrated by Ted Allen (Queer Eye, Chopped), season one blends practical information, inviting personalities, and stunning photography in six half-hour episodes. UNCORKED: Wine Made Simple aired nationwide reaching 89.7% of all U.S. TV households, and more than 2.4 million TV viewers nationwide.
Clips From Season 1
Season One: France's AOC System
For most Americans, the wines of France are shrouded in mystery. In this episode we head into the heart of the vineyard, and the mind of the winemaker to find out how French wines are made and sold.
Season Two: The Judgement of Paris
Napa is considered by many as the premier wine-producing regions in the United States, but that wasn't until 1976 when a sleepy little blind tasting event in Paris put California on the map a created a billion dollar wine industry.
Season One: Sonoma & Russian River Valley
We head north over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sonoma where we meet winemaker Merry Edwards, one of California's first woman winemakers, who has become the queen of pinot noir.
Season Two: Burgundy
France's four most important wine producing regions is explored in season one of UNCORKED: Wine Made Simple, including Burgundy's white wine from the famed vineyards of Puling-Montrachet.