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"Specifics of wine tasting are not that hard, it’s all about maximizing the flavor you taste from a sip of wine."
Hi I’m________ and I will be guiding you through the basic steps of a proper wine tasting. By the end of this video, you will be able to fully enjoy the differences in a glass of wine.
Before you start wine tasting, make sure you are in an area where you can concentrate; there are no distracting smells from cooking or perfumes and that your glass is clean and the right shape. Make sure that the wine is served at the correct temperature. Red wines should be served at room temperature, while white wines are chilled.
First, Visually Examine the wine. The glass should be about 1/3 full. There are three ways that we look at wine. Make sure you are doing this over a neutral surface, like a white countertop if available.
First is at a straight angle down into the glass in the light. This will give you a sense of the depth of the color, density and saturation of the wine. Second look at the glass from a side view. This will tell you how clear it is. A clear wine means it is filtered and does not show signs of any chemical or fermentation problems. Noticing particles, or flocculation in the wine is natural and sometimes even desirable. However, the amount that the wine should be filtrated is still hotly debated. Third, we tilt the glass so that the wine thins toward the rim. This helps to identify the wine’s age and weight.
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