As I mentioned before, I'm excited about these because I think they will answer a lot of questions about how to judge wine, and whether wine can be judged objectively, or only subjectively. (Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan is also the author of The One-Minute Wine Master, which I recently reviewed.)
1) Introduction to Wine Quality with the acronym FBLICCAT! (Finesse, Balance, Length, Integration, Complexity, Concentration, Age-ability, Typicity)
3) Balance, Part 1: Here she instructs us on how to train our palates to recognize acid and alcohol levels using a component tasting. To do the exercise, you will need a glass of Pinot Grigio, a lemon, and a little vodka. Acid and alcohol are some of the measurable characteristics that help us evaluate a wine objectively. (Note that the video is actually only ~3:30 long. The rest of the length is a black screen with the acronym FBLICCAT shown at the end. Just an oversight, I assume.)
4) Balance, Part 2: Here she discusses the more subjective side of balance.