A Fantastic Beginner’s Guide All About Wine

By choosing the right wine, you can add an extra layer of fun and sophistication to any social occasion. Before you can master the art of wine selection, however, you must also understand how to store, share and sip this timeless beverage. Keep reading to find out all you have to know about wine.

Do not judge a wine on its year of production alone. Just because a wine was made a long time ago does not mean that it is a quality wine. Be sure to investigate the wine thoroughly so that you are not fooled into paying top dollar for a bottom shelf wine.

Wine has many beneficial properties for your health. Enjoy a small glass of wine each night to enjoy the benefits. Most doctors recommend opting for a red wine to get the most benefits. When pouring your wine after dinner, allow the wine time to breathe before enjoying your glass of wine.

If you want to keep wine for long periods of time, you should consider investing in a wine refrigerator. Even if you have a dry and cool basement you can use, temperature will still vary slightly from one season to the next. The wine you store will keep its flavors if it remains at the exact same temperature.

A good tip if you’re interested in learning more about wine is to go to as many wine tastings as you can. Wine tastings are great because they allow you to try out all kinds of wine which will help you figure out what you like and what you don’t like.

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Consider purchasing a wine from a lesser-known region of the world. While everyone gravitates toward wines from France or California, there are great varieties to be found most everywhere! You might find a lovely red wine in North Carolina or a never heard winery in Australia. Give a few a try, and enjoy the variety, they bring to your table.

Take a blind taste test of a few wines. Judge them on flavor, scent and boldness. Ignore the most sought after qualities like price or the winery’s region. Tasting blindly is a great way to get your honest opinion on the wine itself, without getting tricked by the hype that sometimes goes into certain varieties.

When serving wine at a dinner party, try to have at least one variety of red wine and one variety of white wine on hand. While many individuals are not particular to a specific region or winery, most will prefer a red or white. By having both on hand you are sure to please all of your guests with ease.

Anytime you purchase wine, your personal taste should be the most important factor. What you like to drink is more important than country of origin or color. Sometimes, you may notice you like an inexpensive wine. It’s not about wine snobbery, it’s about enjoying the beverage that is in your hand.

It should now be apparent that many factors determine how to go about storing, tasting, and serving wine. Make sure that you do not ignore the information that you have available. Use the advice above, and you surely will make your guests very happy.

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Gary Bledsoe
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