Browse: Wine Tasting

Chardonnay: it’s the world’s most planted white grape and also the world’s most polarizing wine: you either love it or hate it. I’m hear to show you that Chardonnay is way less obvious (and more nuanced) that you might have thought.

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Despite what you may have heard, it doesn’t matter if you’re a super taster or not, almost everyone can improve their sense of taste by learning to identify aroma compounds in wine.

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Wine tastings are a great way to host a party because they simultaneously improve your wine intelligence while having a really fun time. I’d like to offer you a few tips to make your wine tasting party useful as well as a few recommendations for how to do it.

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The wine tasting method is a simple process that will help you identify specific features in wine while tasting it. Taste along with this video to practice how it’s done.

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I’d like to introduce you to a few remarkable sipping wines with highly individualized aromas. If you haven’t tasted them yet, try one over the winter (it’s the perfect time to try them) and expand your understanding of wine.

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Try this palate training exercise at home and greatly improve your sense of taste.

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There are several white wines that go above and beyond the typical fruity-fresh white style and deliver a savory complexity that is worthy of even the most ardent red wine fan.

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This Advanced article will show you how to improve your palate with the tasting grid, a tool used by professional sommeliers. Learn the exact technique that Master Sommeliers use to blind taste wine. If you’re just getting started with wine tasting…

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Learn which red and white wines are known for having vegetal flavors, why these bell pepper-like aromas happen, and how to seek out high quality wines.

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No matter how you look at it, what we consume defines our health. By improving our sense of taste, we can learn to crave the food and drink that are better for us in the long term.

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