Of the five senses, smell is the most acute. It is approx 1,000 times more sensitive than the sense of taste. As a result, what we taste is determined much more by what we smell than by what we actually taste. The approximate breakdown for food is 75% smell and 25% taste. For wine, the breakdown is probably closer to 90% smell and 10% taste. So let’s look at some ways to develop our wine sniffing skills. [Read more…]
Can our wine tasting experiences change? Yes. If you try the same wine on three different occasions, can you have three different opinions about it? Yes. A lot of factors go into how we judge what we eat and drink. In this article, I will focus on our ever-changing wine tasting experiences. [Read more…]
Do these new year’s resolutions sound familiar to you? Earn money! Have fun!
If they do, you’re in good company. These goals are front and center for most people. But all too often, they end up where they started – just as goals. Wouldn’t it be great if you could do something to turn these two goals into reality?
Please allow me to introduce you to the world of wine consulting, a great business opportunity that will do just that. [Read more…]
Do you love to wine and dine? Do you want to use Facebook to grow your business? Do you want to take your Facebook page to the next level by getting video into your Facebook page?
Then join us for “Wine, Dine and Facebook 5” — the perfect social evening for the business entrepreneur! [Read more…]
Why do two 2007 Pinot Noirs from different areas taste so different? Many factors contribute to a wine, including terroir (the grape’s growing environment), clones (natural mutations of a grape), and wine-making techniques. Today, we’ll focus on the effects of grape growing climates on wine. [Read more…]