HOW TO MAKE YOUR WINE TASTE EVEN BETTER

HOW TO MAKE YOUR WINE TASTE EVEN BETTER

HOW TO MAKE YOUR WINE TASTE EVEN BETTER

How to Make your Wine Taste Even Better Wine is a delicate beverage and its taste depends on various factors like the method of preparation, materials used, storage, and the way it is served. Though the preparation and fermentation process are way out of your hands, fine taste and aroma of an aged wine can be preserved and enjoyed in several ways. Here are three simple ways to bring out the best taste in your wine. Storage In order to preserve the fine aroma and taste of the wine, they have to be stored properly. Wine has to be stored in a temperature from 45-65 degree Fahrenheit. Therefore, you just cannot store it anywhere like in your kitchen or in the refrigerator. You have to store it in a wine cellar or a wine cooler to get its best traits. Keep the wine away from external factors like direct sunlight, as UV rays can make it smell bad. You can use darker bottles or a box or paper to cover the wine bottle. Remember that storing the bottle upright can cause the cork to shrink. Air can enter through the gaps and spoil the wine due to oxidisation. Oxidisation also occurs if you shake the wine. So don’t move the wine bottle. Furthermore, do not keep the wine bottles anywhere near something that has a strong smell. Strong odors seep in through the cork of the bottle and alter the original aroma of the wine. Serving To enjoy your wine in the best way, you need to have some good wine glasses. Wine glass plays a big role in bringing flavours to the wine. In fact, a wine glass is shaped in such a way that your taste buds and nose simultaneously get to enjoy the delicate touch of wine. Moreover, real aroma and taste of the wine can be best derived if they are served in their appropriate temperature. A wine’s best flavours are lost if they are served either too hot or too cold than their optimum temperature. Tasting If you learn the basics of wine tasting, you will be able to enjoy your wine more pleasurably. You will appreciate your drink and will also be able to isolate the different constituents of the wine. Defining wine in your own words is a skill that cannot be mastered by everyone. So, why not try to be the first wine taster in your family?