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Wine tasting using a wine tasting sheet

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New to wine tasting? Discover how a wine tasting sheet can help you do your taste and get a free printable PDF wine tasting sheet to get you started

New to wine tasting? Discover how a wine tasting sheet can help you do your taste and get a free printable PDF wine tasting sheet to get you started

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  • 1. Wine Tasting Using A Wine Tasting Sheet
  • 2. Wine Tasting Can Be BewilderingOr Intimidating To New Wine Enthusiasts There Are Just Too Many Things To Remember
  • 3. Wine Tasting Sheets1. Remind you what to look for in a wine.2. Let you write down what your observe.3. Help you remember specific wines.They help you observe using yoursenses of sight, smell and taste.
  • 4. Basic Wine Tasting Steps1. Open the wine.2. Look at the wine.3. Smell the wine.4. Sip the wine.5. Savor the flavor.6. Swallow or spit.7. Write down your impressions.
  • 5. Record The Basic Information• Name of the wine• Producer of the wine• Vintage year• Country or Region of production• Alcohol percent• Price• UPC
  • 6. Record What You See• The Hue (color) • The Color Depth (Intensity) • greenish • pale • yellow • medium • gold • deep • amber • dark • purplish • ruby • red • garnet • brick • brown • pink • salmon • orange • copper
  • 7. Record What You Smell• Aromas • Aroma Depth (Intensity) • woody • low • earthy • moderate • pungent • strong • chemical • floral • fruity • spicy • herbal • nutty
  • 8. Record What You Taste• Sweetness • Acidity • Flavor Intensity • dry • tart/bitter • weak • off dry • smooth • moderate • medium sweet • strong • sweet • exceptionally sweet
  • 9. Record The Flavors You Taste• Red Wine • White Wine • juicy • bone dry • fruity • tangy • silky • nutty • strawberryish • ripe fruit • black currantish • aromatic • spicy • rich sweetness • herby • earthy
  • 10. Record Your Overall Impression• How you score it from 1 to 10• Would you buy it again• What was your overall impression (in your own words)
  • 11. Save The Label If You Can
  • 12. Put The Sheet In Your Notebook
  • 13. Get Free Printable Wine Tasting Sheetswww.WinesWonderland.com Get PDF Here

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