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Title: Tips how best to taste wine

Tips How Best To Taste Wine
Choose the right wine glasses
Right glasses are important for wine tasting.
Improperly selected ones can prevent the flavor
and taste from revealing itself. Use a classic
tulip-shaped wine glass. Of course, the glasses
should be clean and dry.
Fill the glass with wine correctly
The glass should be filled to 1/3. If there are
several different wines in your degustation plan,
it's better to start with less strong ones and
gradually move on to stronger varieties. So,
light wines are pink and white. The heavier ones
are red wines. After each glass of wine, drink a
sip of water. This will help refresh the taste
Evaluate the drink visually
To evaluate the wine visually, the glass should
be brought to eye level. First, we need to
evaluate the transparency and color of the drink.
Quality wine should not have divorces and
opacities. As for color, it's best to look at it
against the background of something white, for
example, a sheet of paper. As a rule, aged wines
have a darker color.
Learn to catch the scent of wine
Connect your sense of smell. Aroma is an
important characteristic of the drink, which can
give a lot of information about sort of wine.
There are three basic flavors of aroma that can
be inherent in quality wine floral (rose,
elderberry), fruit (lemon, peach, pineapple) and
spicy (iris, vanilla, tobacco).
Feel the taste
First you should drink a small sip of wine. Try
to determine what taste you feel sweet, sour,
tart. Then you can slightly open your lips and
exhale. On the second sip of wine tasting, focus
on your feelings more seriously. Warming up in
the mouth, wine emits aromatic substances and
vapors, which allows you to better understand the
consistency, acidity, taste of the drink.
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