So you’ve decided to dive in and organize a wine tasting event. Great…they’re a lot of fun and relatively easy to plan and organize. One way to make planning and hosting a party easier is to choose a theme for your wine party. Here are great topics to keep in mind with the wine tasting you’re organizing. Add some cheese and some starter and you’re done. You can consider the top wine tasting certificate via https://www.sommwine.com/wine-courses/..
- “Horizontal Wine Tasting”
For the horizontal tasting, the variable to consider is whether you want to try wines from the same region or if you want to mix them and serve wines and the same year from different regions such as Chenin Blanc from California, Italy from 2003, and Australia. Using the same region will use all of 2003’s Chenin Blanc from, for example, the Napa Valley.
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- “Vertical Wine Tasting”
Vertical wine tasting is done by tasting a type of wine (such as Chenin Blanc) from the same winemaker, but from several different (vintage) wines. With this type of tasting, you can experience variations in style and composition from a particular manufacturer.
- “Invaluable Wine Tasting”
Invaluable tasting protection against prejudice in wine tasting games. In this type of wine tasting, the prices of different wines are cut. Your taster can be completely objective about the wine because they don’t know if they’re drinking a $120 bottle or a $10 Cabernet Sauvignon.
- “Wine tasting points”
This type of tasting includes wines in the same price range. For example, you can choose to service a variety of cabin types in the under $20 price range or Merlot in the under $40 category. There is a lot of flexibility in this type of wine party. The goal is for the wine to be worth the base price. . .