Learn About Wine


LEARN ABOUT WINE

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I've found that there is no hard line between beginners and intermediate level knowledge. Specific knowledge is uneven, and somewhat random. I try to approach this wine education series in that way. Cover what might seem obvious, but push the envelope too, so there is new and challenging wine information provided.
 To make good progress as you learn more about wine, try the following:

1. What you like or dislike now will not always be the case. So, Keep an Open mind.
    Evolving is usually a good thing. It usually leads to more enjoyment, and more fun with others.

2. Pay close attention to the details of the flavors and aromas you encounter. Try to remember them.

3. Don't be intimidated by foreign or unfamiliar names.

4. Taste as often as you can. Just be careful not to overdo it.  It doesn’t take much to make your senses fuzzy. That is why professionals do so much spitting and dumping of wine.


...And, if you live in the New England / Greater Boston area:

Host a wine tasting for friends and neighbors who love wine and want to know more about it! 
Hire me to come and guide you through an informative and tasty trip through carefully selected wines that suit your interest and preferences. Contact me here.

--Marc

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