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  • 1. The Basic Set Modules III & IV By Tim Gaiser MS September 2013
  • 2. Goals • To improve memory of common wine aromas. • Using image-olfactory memory connection to improve smelling and tasting wine. • Practice using contrast and olfactory memory as a tool for learning and improving tasting. • Improve one’s overall ability to taste.
  • 3. The Exercise • Module I: words and images • Module II: images • Module III: words • Module IV: contrastive analysis
  • 4. Module III: Words
  • 5. I Say the word of the fruit, spice or other aroma internally or out loud.
  • 6. II Recall your memory of the fruit, spice or other component as quickly and completely as possible.
  • 7. III Intensify your experience of the memory even stronger than before again by doing the following: a. Make your images larger b. Make your images closer c. Make the colors brighter d. Make any sounds louder e. Intensify any physical/tactile sensations
  • 8. IV Again--experience the memory as completely as possible in the moment down to the biting acidity of a lemon or the bitterness of fresh coffee etc.
  • 9. Go for it!
  • 10. Fruit Aromas
  • 11. White Wine Fruits
  • 12. Green Apple
  • 13. Golden Delicious Apple
  • 14. Bosc Pear
  • 15. Lemon
  • 16. Lime
  • 17. Orange
  • 18. Pineapple
  • 19. Banana
  • 20. Peach
  • 21. Apricot
  • 22. Red Wine Fruits
  • 23. Black Cherry
  • 24. Blackberry
  • 25. Sour Red Cherry
  • 26. Red Raspberry
  • 27. Cranberry
  • 28. Raisin
  • 29. Non-Fruit Aromas: Floral – Herb - Spice
  • 30. Roses
  • 31. Violets
  • 32. Mint
  • 33. Green Bell Pepper
  • 34. Rosemary
  • 35. Lavender
  • 36. Black Peppercorns
  • 37. Oak Aromas
  • 38. Vanilla
  • 39. Cinnamon
  • 40. Coffee
  • 41. Toast
  • 42. Mineral – Earth Aromas
  • 43. Toast
  • 44. Chalk
  • 45. Mushroom & Forest Floor
  • 46. Mix it up! Shuffle through all the aromas randomly to make sure you have them completely memorized
  • 47. Module IV: Contrastive Analysis
  • 48. Improving memory by trying to make something it’s into something else …
  • 49. I Read the two words on the slide
  • 50. II Recall your images and memories of the aromas listed as quickly, completely and intensely as possible
  • 51. III • Try to make the first aroma into the second: literally try to put the image of the first aroma on top of the second • For example: try to make green apple into cranberry; or try to make the mushroom and forest floor into pineapple
  • 52. IV • Observe what happens: when it doesn’t work ask yourself why it doesn’t work. • The answers will surprise you – and show you how precise your memories are of both things – and how you can now never mix them up!
  • 53. Exercise
  • 54. Green Apple into Cranberry
  • 55. Black Cherry into Lime
  • 56. Apricot into Red Raspberry
  • 57. Banana into Chalk
  • 58. Raisins into Roses
  • 59. Chalk into Vanilla
  • 60. Toast into Violets
  • 61. Lavender into Golden Delicious Apples
  • 62. Chalk into Vanilla
  • 63. Practice! Have fun with it!
  • 64. © Copyright 2013 Tim Gaiser MS