" The pét-"not," from Mendocino Carignan, is a little different than typical wines made in the pétillant naturel style, kept on the lees in bottle for a year, which gives it a flavor and CO2 pressure more akin to full-on Champagne-style sparklers.
Making that work was less of a party: One bottle exploded during secondary fermentation; some "leakers" had to be weeded out.
And then “our teachers would give us A’s for it.” Not that it was easy.
Going to school at Temple — which in those days, he said, “was like a war zone, just getting to class” — taught him that “you don’t get anything for free. You fight for everything in that town.” Wareheim talked about how Tim and Eric are still surprising their audiences (and being surprised by them), about seeing Italy with Ansari, and about the souvenir he still prizes from his days at Methacton High School.
So I did it in a game, and I hung on the net and my team went crazy.
Comedian-vintner Eric Wareheim has been busy on the wine scene lately: releasing his first cuvée of pét-"not," bottling a carbonically-macerated, no-sulfur-added Mendocino Charbono, manipulating the Wine poll "Who Is America's Next Top Celebrity Winemaker? This week finds the taller half of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
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Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours. have carved out careers that defy easy categorization, and the same could be said for “Tim and Eric: 10th Anniversary Awesome Tour,” whose one-night engagement Thursday at the Merriam Theater brings the out-there pair back to the city where Tim and Eric began.
The question of whether it's one for music has been asked and answered countless times since Joe Neolithic Georgian cracked open his first qvevri (it is, then isn't).
So this year, we just kind of felt that we had something to say. is that we try to present it in this special way, to the best of our abilities, and then it falls apart, instantly.
Literally, it’s a train wreck, and then within that train wreck is where we find the comedy.
"We have wines that are intended to be our really terroir-driven wines, which are our Cab and our Carignan, and then we have our party wines," Burt told Unfiltered.
And party they did Monday night at Lower East Side natural-wine hangout Ten Bells, to celebrate the new bottlings and the expansion of the brand into the state, plus New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the latter of where Wareheim grew up: "Finally, my mom can buy my wine!