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This is the presentation I made for BarCamp Ljubljana. Slides are missing a lot of important information (due to short timeslot). This is just a really brief introduction into taste, how wine is made ...

This is the presentation I made for BarCamp Ljubljana. Slides are missing a lot of important information (due to short timeslot). This is just a really brief introduction into taste, how wine is made and what to look when tasting wine. Sparkling wine attributes are missing in Appearance.

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  • How to taste wine?
    @valentinbufolin
  • Tasty notes?
    About taste
    How it’s made
    … yes TASTING
  • TASTE?
  • http://bit.ly/o2MCmK
  • No wait!
    Isn’t there a?
    … yes, there’s a fifth taste!
    http://bit.ly/p5GgNp
  • U M A M I
    http://bit.ly/ojowGi
  • GREAT, BUT HOW IT’S MADE?
  • What a view!
    ‘tis a great vintage!
    Let’s have a glass guyz!
    http://bit.ly/qu9pqY
  • http://tgr.ph/pUXAFt
  • http://bit.ly/q0545y
  • http://bit.ly/pajhu8
  • http://bit.ly/qEUNxR
  • http://bit.ly/roiwMk
  • Appearance
    Color
    Clarity
    Fluidity
  • Smell
    Intensity
    Quality
    Description
    Aroma
    Reachness
  • Taste
    Sugars
    Alcohol
    Softness
    Balance
    Quality
    Body
    Intensity
    Sustainability
    • Acids
    • Tanins
    • Minerals

  • Now it’s your turn!
  • The Aroma CheatSheet
    FLOWERS: acacia, hawthorn, iris, rose, wild rose, violas, elder, jasmin, linden, jacinth, orange flower, dried flowers
    FRESH FRUIT: lemon, strawberry, raspberries, cherry, currants, blackberry, ananas, banana, apple, peach, apricot, pear, quince, orange, lychee, fig, plum, tangerine
    RIPE FRUIT: marmelade, jam, dried fig, dried plum, hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds, candied fruit, dried fruit
    PLANTS: grass, hay, mint, forest undergrowth, bay leaf, fennel, green pepper, green walnut shells, mushrooms, sage, basil, truffles
    BALSAMIC: ment, menthol, eucalyptus, cedar, resin, camphor
    SPICES: sweet fennel, cinnamon, cloves, pepper, nutmeg, ginger, licorice, vanilla, saffron, oregano, thyme, basil
    ETERIC: wax, varnish, diluter, petroleum
    ANIMALIC: leather, game, wet fur, musk, foxy, horse sweat
    OTHER AROMAS: roasted coffee, roasted almonds, tar, yeast, cocoa, caramel, bread crust, toasted bread, honey, moss, tobacco, fresh butter, melted butter, chocolate, madeira, cedar, oak, wood bark, dry wood, burnt wood