Wine EtiquetteBy: Amit DasNishant
EtiquetteEtiquette is a code of behavior that delineatesexpectations for social behavior according tocontemporary conventi...
Understand how etiquette is an advantagein business• Etiquette helps in “self branding”• Etiquette also facilitates the bu...
WineWine is an alcoholic beverage madefrom fermented fruit juice, usually that of grapes.
Types of Wine•Red wine (Cabernet Sauvignon & PinotNoir)•White wine (Chardonnay & SauvignonBlanc)•Sparkling wine (Champagne)
TemperatureType Of Wine FahrenheitCelsiusSparkling 42 to 54 6to 10White 48 to 58 9to 14Red 57 to 68 13to 20
Pour a Bottle of Wine•Wrap a napkin around the neck for insulation.•Hold the bottle in the palm of your hand, labelfacing ...
Uncorking
Serving WineSparkling wine Red wine White wine
Fill White wineglasses 1/2 full,Red wine glasses1/3 full & Sparkling wine3/4 full.
Holding The Wine GlassPinch the stem of the glass betweenyour index finger and thumb.
“The wine served should complement the food”Red wine White wine Sparkling wine+ + +Red meat White meat any kind of course
On The Table
Toasting Cheers!!
Sip Empty Glass
Drinking Rules• Avoid unfamiliar drinks• Eat food while you drink• Know your limit• Accept a drink only when you really wa...
Thanks For YourPatience!!!
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  1. 1. Wine EtiquetteBy: Amit DasNishant
  2. 2. EtiquetteEtiquette is a code of behavior that delineatesexpectations for social behavior according tocontemporary conventional norms within asociety, social class, or group.
  3. 3. Understand how etiquette is an advantagein business• Etiquette helps in “self branding”• Etiquette also facilitates the businessenvironment• Knowledge & practice of etiquette makes you selfassured & confident• Sometimes etiquette helps in getting pastdifficult situations.
  4. 4. WineWine is an alcoholic beverage madefrom fermented fruit juice, usually that of grapes.
  5. 5. Types of Wine•Red wine (Cabernet Sauvignon & PinotNoir)•White wine (Chardonnay & SauvignonBlanc)•Sparkling wine (Champagne)
  6. 6. TemperatureType Of Wine FahrenheitCelsiusSparkling 42 to 54 6to 10White 48 to 58 9to 14Red 57 to 68 13to 20
  7. 7. Pour a Bottle of Wine•Wrap a napkin around the neck for insulation.•Hold the bottle in the palm of your hand, labelfacing the guest, so he or she can observe thevintage.•Pour table wine down the inside of a glass.•Bring the bottle to the glass and twist the bottleover the glass to halt the drops to avoid spills.
  8. 8. Uncorking
  9. 9. Serving WineSparkling wine Red wine White wine
  10. 10. Fill White wineglasses 1/2 full,Red wine glasses1/3 full & Sparkling wine3/4 full.
  11. 11. Holding The Wine GlassPinch the stem of the glass betweenyour index finger and thumb.
  12. 12. “The wine served should complement the food”Red wine White wine Sparkling wine+ + +Red meat White meat any kind of course
  13. 13. On The Table
  14. 14. Toasting Cheers!!
  15. 15. Sip Empty Glass
  16. 16. Drinking Rules• Avoid unfamiliar drinks• Eat food while you drink• Know your limit• Accept a drink only when you really want one• Drink to improve social relationship• Respect the rights of individuals who do not drink• Nondrinkers need not turn the glass upside down.Just a polite “No thanks, I do not drink”will do.
  17. 17. Thanks For YourPatience!!!

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