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Title: Introduction to wine tasting


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Introduction to wine tasting
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  • When the winery involved is small such as those
    owned by a single family entity, the customers
    get a chance to interact with the wine maker and
    helpful tips are provided on the whole wine
    making process.

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  • More often, wine tasting events are done on
    specific days of the week and when bigger groups
    are to attend to attend these events they are
    required to make reservations so that proper
    arrangements can be made and also adequate staffs
    to be provided by the winery.

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History of wine tasting
  • Wine tasting date back to many years and has the
    same genesis as the wine making itself. During
    these events customers get to learn a lot about
    wine such as the different flavors and aromas.

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  • Most individual tend to think that the whole
    process is as simple as sipping tea or coffee but
    along the way different stages have been
    established for this process

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Tips for wine tasting
  • Certain conditions such as noisy environments,
    presence of perfumes odors such as that coming
    from people sweats may adversely affect the
    evaluation of wine through tasting.

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  • While observing the wine to be evaluated
    individuals should ensure that the glass is half
    full, they should tilt it to allow the wine to
    roll on the edges of the glass, hold the tilted
    glass to the light.

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  • This procedure is mainly for evaluation of wines
    color range. To achieve this, the person tasting
    the wine should ensure that they obtain an angle
    view.

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  • Smelling should be done by first swirling the
    bottle to allow the wines alcohol to vaporize
    and then a real quick whiff is taken. These helps
    to create a better judgment of the smell of the
    wine but for more complete judgments the taster
    should ensure that their nose is down onto the
    glass and then inhale.

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  • The tasting should involve the taster first
    taking smaller sips and allowing it to be felt in
    the mouth and the throat before taking another
    bigger sip.

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  • At this point the taste should allow the wine to
    settle on their stomach. Here the taste evaluate
    the remnant of the wine left on the mouth,
    evaluate it to know whether they are good tasting
    or not, whether the wine is medium-bodied,
    full-bodied or light-bodied.

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  • In conclusion it is always appropriate to leave
    the tastes note which basically highlights your
    judgments of the wine. Taster should not be
    limited in expressing their feelings and should
    use any word that better express their whole
    judgement.

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  • The taster should include in their note, their
    judgments on the acidity level, tannins and the
    alcohol content. These are very helpful to the
    wineries for improvement of their wines.

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  • Wine making is considered incomplete when the
    wine tasting event is lacking, when wineries are
    launching new brands of wines they usually
    invites person to sip these brands and give their
    honest judgments so that the wineries can know
    what to add or reduce. Wine making is a journey
    and wine tasting is one very crucial stage in the
    development of high quality wines.

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