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The Art of Wine

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Monica Wall

on 17 June 2013

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Transcript of The Art of Wine

The Art of Wine
Presentation of the bottle

The cork is pulled

Sample pour

B.Y.O.B.?
The Art of Wine Tasting
Corkage Etiquette - Restaurants

Does the glass matter?

The Seven S's of Wine Tasting
Does the glass matter?
Corkage Etiquette - Restaurants
Wine Tasting - The Seven S's
STEM: hold your glass by the stem



SEE: look at color and clarity



SWIRL: aerate the wine
Wine Tasting Continued
SNIFF: inhale the aromas


SIP: take a small sip


SWISH: move the wine around in
your mouth


SPIT/DRINK: your choice
Wine and Food Pairing
Seven Rules for Perfect Pairing
The Wine
Making Process
Wine and Food Pairing
Seven Rules for Perfect Pairing
The Health Benefits of Wine
STEM: hold your glass by the stem

SEE: look at color and clarity

SWIRL: aerate the wine

SNIFF: inhale the aromas

SIP: take a small sip

SWISH: move the wine around your mouth

SPIT/DRINK: your choice
Wine Tasting Review
The Health Benefits of Wine
Serve a dry rosé with hors d'oeuvres
Serve an unoaked white with anything you can
squeeze a lemon or lime on
Try low-alcohol wines with spicy foods
Match rich red meats with tannic reds
With lighter meats, pair the wine with the sauce
Choose earthy wines with earthy foods
For desserts, go with a lighter wine
Promotes Longevity
Reduces Heart Attack Risk
Lowers Risk of Heart Disease
Reduces Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
Reduces Risk of Stroke
Reduces Risk of Cataracts
Reduces Risk of Colon Cancer
Slows Brain Decline
Southeast Wine Collective
Portland, Oregon
Our
Experiences...
Chantell
Femi
Monica
Stephanie

History
Mediterranean Region
The center of the Power!
Cork Art
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