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Italian Wine - An Overview

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Having spent many years in marketing I realize the intrinsic value of outstanding packaging. It would be foolish to disregard the powerful pull nice packaging has on the final decision to buy. Even "nice wine packaging" design has a set of ground rules that are driven by price points and industry norms. The point I want to make--a nice wine label design would not work well relative to say an Auto Zone product packaging design.

Buy only one bottle of each wine. If you find that you like a particular wine a great deal it can be very tempting to want to buy a lot of it at once to save money, but this is often a bad idea. Instead, buy only one to ensure that you do not fill your cellar with one type.

There are lots of places you can go to, but undoubtedly the easiest place of all is the internet. There are even rượu vang ngon nhất thế giới that have reviews solely on boxed wines rather than bottled ones.

Why do you have to buy another fridge unit just for the wine? Well, you don't have to. But if you really want great wine, you might as well invest in one. Typical refrigerators have temperatures of around 38 degrees Fahrenheit, which are way cooler than the 55 degrees Fahrenheit recommended for wine storage. Before nho Merlot, lựa chọn giống nho Cabernet Sauvignon buy one though, read these guidelines on how to choose a wine fridge.

Whether you like or dislike a particular wine, it makes a lot of sense to remember it. All tasting cards and sheets provide spaces to record the name of the wine, the wine producer, the region or country of production and the vintage year. Some additional useful information to remember are the date did the tasting, the alcohol percent, the residual sugar percent, the universal product code (UPC), if available, and, of course, the price. With this basic bookkeeping over, it's time to actually taste the wine.

Flavor quality - the actual flavor is a different matter all together and obviously depends on your memories of flavors. Your scent and flavor vocabulary. You remember? One will not identify 'brioche' in the nose of the wine unless he tried brioche back in his life and knows how it smells like. Others without this 'scent entry' in their vocabulary will use the closest approximation...let's say, 'toasted bread'.


Have you ever wondered why wines have so sophisticated names such as Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc? These spirits are named in two ways. The first one is according to the type of grape which they came from and the other one is according to their region of origin. European countries such as France name their wines after their region hence the suave names. On the other hand, wines from the USA, Australia, New Zealand, and other parts of the world name their wines after the grape the wine was extracted.

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