Quick Wine Etiquette for Beginners
Feel like a wine sommelier by boasting some wine etiquette.
- Fill the wine glass to 1/3rd of its capacity
Do you know why the wine glass is filled one-third of its capacity? Well, wine needs space to breathe, aerate, and for giving it a good swirl. With proper aeration, you can enjoy the aroma and the richness of the ingredients.
When you provide good room to the wine, the levels of carbon dioxide decrease, so you get to taste the true richness of the wine.
- Hold the wine glass by the stem
Know why? Your hands may pass on the warmth to the wine glass and disturb its taste by increasing its temperature. You wouldn’t want that, right.
- Spit wine like a pro
Non-wine pros may not say nay, but it is the best way to get the best flavors out of wine inside your mouth. Try it to believe it.
- Clink your wine glasses
If you do not have a major celebration to make a toast and clink the glasses worry not as drinking wine is a celebration in itself. Clink to the spirit of life.
Now that you know the best way to order, and enjoy wine, savor the grapes passionately like a connoisseur.
The right way to taste wine, and sound like you know what
Do you think it is weird to swirl and spit when enjoying fine wine? We, at Palavino, are here to inform you of some tricks of the trade when it comes to wine etiquette. After reading this, you will be drinking wine like a professional sommelier.
Number one is to use the adjectives like bold, interesting, boastful, and pretty much anything else that comes to mind when enjoying a rich, tasty wine.
Number two, we mean always hold your wine glass by the stem, it may come across as snobbish and pompous, but we can assure you that wine temperature is a BIG deal.
Number three, get ready for it kind of icky to the non-wine pros. Spitting is the way to go. Remember to spit to get the full flavor, and it will make a difference 100%
Number four, and final, is to clink your wine glasses always, Palavino aerating glasses, no doubt, with your friends, and take in the anthem of wine drinkers everywhere.