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I'm not arrogant wine, I like my wine, but I know what I like and I don't want to be dictated for that I have to like this or I have to love it. I can't obey those who ordered from the wine menu based on prices, they seem to think that it was clear the higher the price of the better wine. I can tell you that I have drunk expensive wine which is very bad and some are cheaper.
So, how do you know if the wine will be good or not, well, the simple answer is that you really don't get you to try it? Finally, over time, you will find what you do and don't like, and don't let other people tell you otherwise. If you want to know the real taste of wine, you can consider the top basic wine course at https://www.sommwine.com/wine-courses/online-wine-courses/.
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There are 4 simple steps for tasting wine; They are in this order:
1.Appearance – Check the color, it must be clear and not cloudy or cloudy in any way. The color can give you an indication of the maturity of the wine.
2. Aroma – Turn the wine around the glass to release the full aroma. Take a few short sniffs; Your first sniff will give you the best impression.
3. Taste – Ahh, the best part – take a good bribe and roll it in your mouth so that it reaches all the sensory areas of the tongue. If it might be hard in small air, but be careful not to choke. This will make it easier for wine and release more flavor.
4. Impression as a whole – Pay attention to the taste after and the amount of time he pleases, this will show the quality and age of the wine.