On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, wine wunderkind Joe Campanale, the twentysomething co-founder/owner/sommelier of Dell’Anima, L’Artusi, Anfora, and soon to be opened, L’Apicio, talks his first sip of ice wine in the Finger Lakes when he was 13 years old and his ascension since. Learn how to talk about wine, what goes into conducting a tasting, and which wines pair best with food. This program has been brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

“I would go the the farmers’ markets, and just smelling all of these herbs, fruits, vegetables- and paying attention to them- I really loved the sensory experience of smelling everything. When I tasted those same flavors in wines, I was able to articulate them, because I could remember what something really specific smelled like, even if I had never been exposed to it before.”

“Everything you need to make wine exists on the grape.” — Joe Campanale on THE FOOD SEEN

On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, wine wunderkind Joe Campanale, the twentysomething co-founder/owner/sommelier of Dell’Anima, L’Artusi, Anfora, and soon to be opened, L’Apicio, talks his first sip of ice wine in the Finger Lakes when he was 13 years old and his ascension since. Learn how to talk about wine, what goes into conducting a tasting, and which wines pair best with food. This program has been brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

“I would go the the farmers’ markets, and just smelling all of these herbs, fruits, vegetables- and paying attention to them- I really loved the sensory experience of smelling everything. When I tasted those same flavors in wines, I was able to articulate them, because I could remember what something really specific smelled like, even if I had never been exposed to it before.”

“Everything you need to make wine exists on the grape.” — Joe Campanale on THE FOOD SEEN

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