Wrapping Up a Tasting

December 30 [Wed], 2015, 15:05
Wrapping Up a Tasting

Use your tasting sheet to remember if your overall impression is that you like or dislike the wine and if you would buy it again. If you don't like it, you probably won't like it in the future. If you do like it, it will be fun to taste it again and discover what you taste the second time around.

Finally, it may be fun to keep the label of the wine with your tasting sheet. In some cases this makes sense, in others it isn't practical because you just can't get the label. In either case, store the tasting sheet in your journal or notebook where you can refer back to it at a later time.

Throughout time and history, wines were used for many purposes, from being used in ancient religious ceremonies from many cultures and regions to being used as a flavor agent. And most commonly, it is used as an important beverage that accompanies and enhances a wide range of European and Mediterranean-style cuisines.

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