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like that but the great because job doesn't end when his bucket is full. james i'd like to draw your attention to the fact that the great gathering involves not just gathering but you also have to put the grapes into this container very carefully and sort through them see there's a leaf there ok they have to be taken in. each of these crates weighs between two hundred fifty and three hundred kilos so getting them to the factory takes some good team work. grapes. time to load up the factory. the way. i.
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write. is the second stage now that we've got.
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this is a lot more than just rows of dusty bottles it's actually the best stuff in the winery the ground that's been sitting here for at least a year to develop its flavor much of which it gets from these these wonderful huge heavy oak barrels. which give all the different notes and flavors to the wife and parrot me if you press your ear to hear long enough yet to hear the occasional.
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we met with grapes we're ripening your kiss was sweet like red wine. knew the mood to. eat. last forever. most wine companies in the crescent all reason might be trying to up production but there are some that still think that small is beautiful i'm off to meet the king of russia's so-called garridge wines and i've heard that this is some pretty high level home brew. you know your pattern is the man behind me gloria. he used to be an important exporter of wine and he's visited vineyards all over the
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world but seeing other people cultivate their own brands wasn't enough he wanted his own. two thousand and five we bought a part of learned and in two thousand and six planted the first grade which brought their first harvest in two thousand and nine. in two thousand and ten we took second place at the new zealand one competition from the industry developed rapidly the wine was in high demand among our guests and we doubled the size of the harvest in about. fourteen hector's an area we mostly grow companies and. in a little malone little. bit only company containers other three take another three and be done with. the most coming and we'll still processing ok in carriage wine quality is everything and he has to micromanage the process everything is handmade from
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beginning to end strictly this is a home brew but can anyone actually do it well if you've got the right fruit anything's possible. and these plastic bins where my beautiful grapes end up. this is where the fermentation process takes place as you can see it's all completely low tech but the grapes sit here several weeks and. really come along and give them a good stir four or five times a day. so once the grapes become it's a sign that they're ready to be pressed so another verse happens we can get the first press of the one going in here.
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probably it's best not to wear white when doing this to be honest. is completely. traditional method. so beautiful to use here. is through this hose and into. you. get to in time this. great big steel container and it sits here for about three weeks and it's ready for the next stage of the push. and the right barrel is all important in the wine making process because if you have good quality oak it lets the wine and imparts all sorts of interesting notes so. new batch is going to sit in here. months. and hopefully it will turn out to be rather delicious.
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fermentation of red wine which we've already processed a mix is about to finish it's been fermenting for a whole two weeks now. and then we're going to fill these barrels with the very first batch. to alter the wines been sitting in its barrel for several months comes the great season is it ready to be bottles and this. is all down to the one make his personal choice and i see. that's pretty good. you know we don't filter our wine we bottle it directly from the barrels. or the bottle break no we're not going to put your foot here to keep it in place. yeah that's right
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james brown been to twenty thirteen it's going to be invaluable in a few years that. he knows maybe this been to will be another international award winner tied to his collection. but one thing's for sure there's no brown family bottle in his cell and i was going to have to keep looking.
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and. i. the government has made g.c. h. kidd to spy on people the government isn't in league with the n.s.a. in america again or other highly treasonous act to spy on people because they say
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they want to stop the bad guys and yet here the warrants down aborts men who had their property stolen use an exploding financial device concocted by r.p.s. in the bowels of their terrorist organization so isn't that duplicitous by the government stacy. told him a language of what i will only react to situations i have read the reports so i'm likely to push the no i will leave them to the state department to comment on your latter point. which is to carry out a call is all you're talking no. thank you no more weasel words. when you need a direct question be prepared for a change when you punch be ready for a. pretty speech. down to freedom to question.
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i look at the pledge it was terrible a little i'm very hard to make out to let you get along here a lot longer than that or had sex with others make their lives let's do a little. limit the amount . of.
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russian wine has been enjoying a resurgence in recent years thanks in no small part to european technology but it's not only machines that are being imported from the continent. born in the heart of france's wine country has a lifetime of experience in the business after projects all round the world he's made his way east to russia although he's found a winery with a familiar name he's in charge of the. stock and brown which boasts its grapes of the equal of any in bordeaux and felipe is gearing up for his first harvest. from his own. little dream because my. side was born in a new crime. and when i was young people or. every time i. rish. and after
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a long. and in the united states i disabled i disabled work in ratio and. i proposition for. even one week. this job. it's just simple story. but heavy rain and strong winds are causing significant problems. with the harvest already behind show jewel has to make sure the process runs smoothly the weather hasn't been kind and he needs to check the quality of the grapes that are coming in and exactly how long it's going to take the longer the fruit stays on the vine the right prick becomes which can significantly affect the
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taste judging the moment of perfect rightness is one of the most crucial decisions in wine making. good to. tell us please what are you going to finish if it doesn't start raining. into our. report on and then let's call it a day. you've never heard of the brown family one really in this region have you know what. a legs a stick. have
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a good on that. one but you. will receive the green you see it. this is my last why did. you go to this country ok ok go. to break so. you need to distinguish. between. this if i can decide does this seem. to. be just. him who is a. director of. the press. when suppress the food we stop suppressing and we take the juice we still believe and we still can seduce in detention. but one day i will be good for
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a city mentation i. was free and. happy. sutyagin friends and we keep the wind. and some poor of the star of the film until it's. not real finished but if you fold to just this is my first song so be you'll feel ok. you want to just be just a little bit true or a. yes yes yes. so this is it. this is all to help how much time. for the moment to eighteen eighteen days and i think finish next week afterwards when the twenty. the twenty two days.
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with the. vehicle so for this to. be so it's a planned. and cross will stop. a . blended typical boulder blend of mellow and but we have to buy you to christmas so we meet is value to you because you were what did you feel to you and . planned at the russians to. fate like the horizon disappear and to tell us from each other i don't know if i'll ever see the can. i have is this last bottle we made that sound. i will keep it until. i decided i've been thinking too much in my attempts to
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find my bottles twin so we're going to take a trip back in time this is supposed to be home to one of the largest collections of soviet wine in the reason. maybe i'll have a bit of better luck. it seems the wine was popular if expensive throughout the soviet union by the one nine hundred seventy s. this factory alone was producing more than two million bottles see here. this isn't just the oldest wine cellar in the region it's also one of the largest each one of these titles is the length of almost three football fields and if you were so inclined you could drink a liter of wine a day for each of these barrels and it would take seven it's finished. that a piece of. this one contains eighty
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two thousand bottles of about two hundred fifty six of the best sorts of wines from all wine making regions of the former soviet union and here we have wines from georgia and russia mainly from dawn and this stuff are called region. but could i find a brown family bottle tucked away in this collection. even in all these thousands i still wasn't having any success. my personal quest wasn't going all that well but i was getting a crash course in the history of wine in this region greek settlers brought the technology to the black sea coast more than two thousand years ago and one of the descendants is still following the tradition to this day. it is
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a little business buzz tell us about your technology please. difficult business. is fine. that's how we would crush bunches of grapes until recently it hasn't been long since electric powered wine press has appeared. after the revolution of one thousand nine hundred seventeen people became obsessed with globalization and production growth. and drinking culture fell victim to the changes. controlling the harvest rate is important if we do it as well you have to set limits to the output volume if you're expanding it more and more it's easy to lose control then you'll have to use preservation agents and conservatives to put it simply it's murder they kill wine we take
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specially selected grapes no rotten months. we don't throw away grapes of lower quality we use them to make paths of wine and east. well might not have found the second bottle but there have been plenty of unexpected benefits from a trip to the creek stress or even the odd excuse me of. one making is a very personal business everyone has different aims different tastes and
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a different clientele they're trying to reach choosing the correct moments of bottle can be the difference between success and failure and that often comes down to one man's opinion guessing you're right it seems is never a perfect science so we've been asking. one thing. do you think the secret is. a perfect one. some regions that's my secret some good by. the more important for make good to. make good grades for or for me a good way to make a real good to. see that's the secret after all if you have a real good gripes. in the city you can make so good why but if you don't have discrimination it's impossible.
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better than you have to care for your video to the video grapes should be wholesome i would really love it but luckily the climate here is favorable you should controls of an insatiable procedures. clean the cellar and then store instead of bottles probably with just my secret with you sure the bed is nothing special about it it was. you know that i do good the surname brown in this region i'm looking for a second bottle. in use but i can't answer your question well if you search hard enough you never know what you might find. if you let it. it seems who never meet again in this life wine has never tasted the same to me since our bottle still sits in my cellar.
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perhaps one day it will find its way home. but one could. when the crisis leaves us traces everywhere. and close rooms become the norm. children pay for the mistakes of adults. by working in a tobacco field or in
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a cafe. and they are the ones who come back home last. so kids games are just in their memories. right on the scene. first street. and i think the church. on our reporters twitter. and instagram. to be in the know. on my. t.l. is one thing that i still can't understand and i don't want to ruin your good mood
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but i have this one question with doing this all for you that you had everything they respect and that you give them all up in the senate to go your way but what for. it was a way to inform he tried to restrain himself but look it will burst out anyway. if it really puts me off that i have such a father. who is one. small but very great secret that i have to live with. the government has made g.c. h. kid to spy on people the government is an elite with the n.s.a. in america and get other highly treasonous act to spy on people because they say
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they want to stop the bad guys and yet here the warrants down to portsmouth who had their property stolen use an exploding financial device concocted by r.b.s. in the bowels of their terrorist organization so isn't that duplicitous by the government stacy. this is the place that has been consecrated to god for almost a thousand of years people came here twenty some years ago to reestablish and last a quiet on the silence. and people feel the love of christ all working. people say you can. come when something happens on this island that makes them return to it again and again they say the below saves them. join me james brown on
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a journey for the soul. only on a t. . while the world powers are celebrating the nuclear deal with iran israel's prime minister is anger and a warning of grave consequences. bama netanyahu plans to stay in a delegation to washington to discuss the accord with tehran. ukraine's u. turn on europe triggers street violence with protesters furious at the hold of trade talks while jailed former prime minister yulia timoshenko goes on hunger strike in support of closer ties with the e.u. . and britain scotland is set to release a wine paper on why it will be better off without the u.k. preparing the ground for next year's independence referendum.


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