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Wine 101

I am sure that there are many people who will say that they know everything there is to know about wines. Unfortunately unless you are a wine aficionado, a wine grower or an expert in wine tasting you will have a very limited idea of the many differences that are present in
wines. This is quite alright as many of us just drink the various wines that we have without thinking any further. To help us learn more about wines we can take a small tour called wine 101.

This tour will just touch on a few ideas in wines. To get more information you can visit wineries and ask questions from their tour guides, look for the information that you require on the internet, read some books on wine tasting and other subjects. These are just
introductions into the many differences that you will find as you ample different wines.

In wine 101 the first thing that you will have to understand is that red wines have a different taste from white wines and you will need to taste these to learn the various differences. Once you have accepted this fact you will need to look for a few white wines and red wines in which to conduct your wine 101 class.

The next step in the tasting of the wine 101 is to pour some wine into a glass. Swirl the wine in the glass so that the wine and all of the substances in the wine have a chance to meld. You will need to hold the wine up to the light and see how long it takes for the leg of the wine to pour back into the bottom of the glass. The legs of the wine will tell you about the quality of the wine.

The next stage in wine 101 is to smell the wine. Here you will need to first take a quick sniff. From this sniff you should try and identify the various flavors that may be present in the wine. Once you have decided what these flavors might be, you should swirl the wine once more so that everything is once again thoroughly mixed together.

You must be prepared to step into the next part of wine 101. This is where you will take a small sip of the wine, hold it for a few minutes and savor all of the flavors. When these flavors are present in your mouth the wine should be allowed to slide into your waiting throat. Now savor the full taste of your glass of wine.

About the Author

Reginald Sinevet is a former US Marine officer. He is currently an real estate investor, internet and network marketer. He is the owner of wine-tasting-secrets,

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