It’s a revelation – you’ll look at wines in a whole new way.
This insight has taken others years to achieve and will enable you to view wines like an expert.
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Taste: Light and fresh with aromas of violets, red fruits and spice (cinnamon), followed by flavors of cherry, cranberry, raspberry and sometimes blackberry, together with peppery notes and earthy undertones. (more…)
Taste: Aromas of autumn berries, ripe dark fruits, cassis and spice, with some earthy and smoky notes, are followed by flavors of cherry, blackberry, blackcurrant and plum, together with hints of leather, licorice, chocolate, coffee and even tobacco. If the wines are oaked, you can expect additional flavors of cedar or vanilla. Body: Full Tannin: High Acidity: High Age: Has…
Taste: Aromas of flowers (honeysuckle), grass, citrus and stone fruits are followed by flavors of apple, apricot, grapefruit, lemon, peach and honeydew melon, along with a fine mineral (stone / seashell) edge. Body: Light (many from Spain can be more medium bodied with a soft texture). Dry / Sweet: Dry Acidity: High Age: Drink while young and fresh, although the…
There are so many wonderful and fascinating grape varieties to discover on the app.
Each one is unique and presents its own range of sensual pleasures for you to enjoy.
It’s easier than you think and will greatly increase your enjoyment of wine.
Once you understand the basic principles the mystery will disappear.
PAIRS BEST WITH: Crisp & Rich whites or Fruity & Smooth reds. ALSO CONSIDER: Aromatic whites & Powerful reds. Pork occupies the middle ground between red meat and white meat and can therefore pair well with either red or white wine. How it is cooked and the accompaniment will usually be key determinants in your wine selection.…
PAIRS BEST WITH: Crisp whites. ALSO CONSIDER: Aromatic & Rich whites with good acidity and, by exception, Fruity reds. Fish are generally light in texture and flavor, and are therefore best paired with white wine. The lighter the flavor and softer the texture of the fish the lighter the wine should be. Equally, heavily flavored and chunkier…
PAIRS BEST WITH: Aromatic & Crisp whites or Fruity reds ALSO CONSIDER: Rich whites These are the simplest form of cheese, as they are not aged and therefore have a short shelf life. They are usually soft, mild and creamy with high moisture content and are therefore relatively low in fat (for a cheese). Examples include Cream…
We all have one. What’s yours? Find out in the My Taste section of the app.
This understanding will reveal your wine preferences and guide the wine selections you make.
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