Whenever you taste a wine, try to identity the fruits that give it character. Generally, you’ll only be able to pick out two or three. You should also note the level of fruitiness in the wine. Secondary aromas, which could include bread-like smells from yeast or yogurt-like smells from fermentation.
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You may even want to be trained as a sommelier, a certified wine professional. Don’t write down every single thing you notice about the wine. Focus on what’s most memorable or unique about the wine. You should also take special note of characteristics that really define the wine. Next, sniff the wine and absorb its aromas to look for “off” tastes and the underlying ingredients of the wine. What is the best way to store red wine, in the fridge or at room temperature?
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