Don’t know much about wine? Some tips to best fake it!
Many people who truly enjoy wine don’t really know much about it. When you go out to dinner and you’re looking at a long list of wines, how do you pick the one you want? Although learning about wine may seem daunting, there are a few characteristics to know that will help you find the wine you’re looking for, also while impressing your friends with your new wine knowledge.
Sarah Bray’s “How to Fake Like You Know About Wine” unveils all the simple facts to know when you are looking for a desired wine, as well as what makes some better than others.
“That California Chardonnay? It’s buttery, creamy, and round. You may even say it’s a little oaky, since it’s been aged in the wood. Prefer a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Means you’re more into an acidic, fruity, minerally white that’s a little lighter in body.”
Knowing the types of flavors that you enjoy is a good place to start. Once you have enough knowledge about the flavors, you can move on into the complexities that make wine such an extraordinary experience. Even knowing the basics about wine will make ordering off of a long wine list, a thought that was once daunting, a simple and exciting decision.