The complete guide to wine tasting for beginners

The wine tasting was fun, pleasant, and interesting. But at first, it's not always easy. There are lots of tricks and steps. In this series, we try to relieve wine tasting and help people get started. You can consider the basic wine study for the experience of wine tasting.

After passing the Wet Level 1 exam (seriously, everyone can continue the test after one or two days of study), I decided to continue with the level of Wset 2. It was a little more difficult when we passed the main wine varieties and the main wine. –Product for the first time. But there is no problem with theoretical knowledge – it's easy to master anyone who is willing to dedicate time and perseverance to the learning process.

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  • Rise level

Level 2 introduces a short professional tasting concept, using a simple version of the WETS systematic approach to tasting. It's easy for people to work in the wine industry and most of them jump directly to Level 3. Well, I struggled a lot in this step. I diligently bought 20+ bottles of our wants taste. I read the label and Google wine to see what I have to expect.

  • Epiphany tasting.

After the wine test, Matthew and I went to Kensington's wine room at Notting Hill and took 4-5 samples from various wines (new world, old world, younger, older). Zinfandel America did it for me and caused a revolution in tasting my brain: For the first time in my life, I can clearly identify Aromas Cluster: Fruit and Oak aging. Kensington Wine Rooms.

  • Kensington wine room and intelligent wine dispenser system.

Tip tasting: I bought all the wines needed on the Level 2 list from the supermarket. They are mostly acceptable or good with only a few very good wines. It's okay to drink it's easy but for tasting, you need a shoreland shape as fast as possible. As a beginner, I believe you have to start with very good and extraordinary wine. Plonk will teach you a little!