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An Exercise to Improve Skills in the Tasting of White Wine

Posted by on nov 14, 2012 in Non classé | 0 comments

white wine glassI recommend a practical in the comparative tasting of white wines.

For this tasting, we start by buying two whites of rather different styles: a Muscadet and Cote du Provence (white, of course) .

We will take 3 tasting steps: visual analysis, olfactory analysis and gustatory analysis.

For each of these steps, we will compare each of the two wines.

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An Exercise to Improve Skills in the Tasting of Red Wine

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TastingLet’s practice a little with the comparative tasting of red wine.

For this tasting, we start by buying two reds of rather different styles: a Bandol and Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes-de-Nuit.

We will take 3 tasting steps: visual analysis, olfactory analysis and gustatory analysis.

For each of these steps, we will compare each of the two wines.

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5 steps to easily interpret the aroma of wine

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5 steps to easily interpret the aroma of wineAre you able to recognize and interpret the aromas of wine?

This is a complex task of olfactory analysis, so for your convenience and in order to easily recognize aromas and their interpretation, I recommend a combination of various aromas in five major categories.

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4 Things You Should Know About Champagne Bubbles

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fluteDo you taste champagne? We follow the same approach (visual, olfactory, and gustatory) for any wine, taking into account the peculiarity that characterizes this particular one: the bubble!

In this article, I will share with you everything you need to know about Champagne bubble: its origin, how to understand it, how it affects (or not) the quality of Champagne … through four steps.

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How to Interpret Tears in Wine

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wine drops 1You’ve all seen the wine drops that form on the walls of your glass. They are called tears (or the “leg” , the “thigh” ).

On some glasses of wine, tears are fat, slow and many.

In other cases, however, the wine is fluid and « slides » on the walls of glass without sticking to it.

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