Wine Tasting Can Be BewilderingOr Intimidating To New Wine Enthusiasts There Are Just Too Many Things To Remember
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.
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.
Record The Basic Information• Name of the wine• Producer of the wine• Vintage year• Country or Region of production• Alcohol percent• Price• UPC
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
Record What You Smell• Aromas • Aroma Depth (Intensity) • woody • low • earthy • moderate • pungent • strong • chemical • floral • fruity • spicy • herbal • nutty
Record What You Taste• Sweetness • Acidity • Flavor Intensity • dry • tart/bitter • weak • off dry • smooth • moderate • medium sweet • strong • sweet • exceptionally sweet
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
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)