If you’ve ever walked into a to buy a of , you know that picking a can seem overwhelming and a lot easier said than done. After a period of time, you realise that you’ve been standing in the store way too long, and the adviser has already moved on to help someone else… We know the story all too well.
Dealing with the process can make finding the time-saver seem impossible.
The very first thing you need to do, to get a of , is to follow our list of tips.
Therefore, without further ado, here are the 6 tips for choosing a that will please you not only the , but also the company that produced it.
1. Pick A for Pairing
Why bother? Well, and food pairing is extremely important! As you eat certain foods, your buds are more sensitive to certain flavours… This is where matching your with your meal comes in.
You may be wondering, what are the different types of wine? And there’s a useful guide.
Choosing a which pairs well with specific foods and meals that you like to eat is our recommendation.
A , as a rule of thumb, should ideally be paired with a sweet food, such as a desert. We refer to these as .
You may in fact want to stretch the boat with a glass of for that romantic dinner. Also perfect for the swee-tasting dessert.
has a lot to say about its environment and , and while we all believe that a should be considered one of our own, there are actually quite a few opportunities to try ,
When you come to the or , the good news is that you don’t have to wait long to find the .
2. Ask for
When you stumble upon a , don’t ignore its .
You want to make sure that you’re enjoying the in the way that the vineyard and producers intended for it to be tasted.
Otherwise, it may simply just seem mediocre at best.
3. Read the fine print – I.E Check the label
A great of has an extremely lengthy list of ingredients, including , , tannin, and age.
Pick a that is a different style, has natural ingredients, and simply makes you excited to try it.
4. Get the right amount of oak
Similarly to the mouthfeel of a Reisling or its sibling, the aroma of a means that it will have a heavier .
Oak barrels allows an to give its full aroma.
The of oak, especially in lighter Wines, include Berry, Grapes, Mountain, and Species while in Difficult or Full-Fired Wines it is the , , Hardy, Wood.
5. Try different
Each type of , Riesling, or Franc. has a different and aroma, these grap varieties include , , ,
Try to find an experienced producer to tell you which wines they produce best.
Additionally, it’s well-known that red wines have some incredible health benefits, and so this is always worth considering when choosing the perfect bottle to drink.
6. Keep those wine tasting notes safe
Once you’ve picked your wine, it’s still useful to keep these tasting notes, for when you next come to buy wine.
We hope that you’ve found this guide useful, and you can use these 6 tips to choose a and instantly become a !