How to like wine

Acquiring the Taste for Wine is Easier Than You Think

  1. Let it Breathe. Wine oxidizes when exposed to the air. …
  2. Use a Wine Glass. Taste and smell are intimately entwined. …
  3. Swirl the Wine Around in Your Glass. Prior to drinking, swirl the wine in your glass around a few times. …
  4. Taste Your Wine. …
  5. Keep a Journal.

How can I drink wine if I don’t like wine?

7 Ways to Make Bad Wine Drinkable

  1. Chill it down. As temperatures drop, flavors become muted. …
  2. Adulterate it. That is, make a spritzer. …
  3. If it’s red, drink it with mushrooms. …
  4. If it’s sweet, drink it with something spicy. …
  5. If it’s oaky, drink it while you’re grilling. …
  6. Drop a penny into it. …
  7. Bake it into a chocolate cake.

Dec 23, 2019

How can I enjoy drinking wine?

Sip The Wine



To drink the wine, take a small sip and swirl the wine in your mouth, so you can fully absorb the flavor with your taste buds. You can hold the wine for about five seconds, then swallow, and savor the aftertaste. Fine wines linger on the palate for longer. This is especially true when drinking red wine.

How should a beginner drink wine?

Learn to drink wine as a beginner in 7 steps

  1. If you’re not sure, start with a sweet wine. …
  2. Try at least five times. …
  3. Spin around, smell and drink. …
  4. Let the rule of Red wine-Red meat / White wine-fish fall. …
  5. Drink, serve wine at room temperature. …
  6. Store wine: Cold, dark, undisturbed. …
  7. Don’t Drink Too Much.

Sep 30, 2020

How do Beginners drink red wine?


Quote from video: As we talked about in our decanting video swirl the wine and get some air into it as you swirl and get air into it you're aerating all those tannins. And you're kind of rounding out the wine.

Is wine acquired taste?

Wine can be an acquired taste for many people and dryer wines such as reds tend to be more offputting to new wine lovers. Sweeter wines, especially white wines, are more beginner-friendly and can be a great gateway for new wine drinkers to start exploring and liking dryer wines.

Why is wine so bitter?

Tannins are polyphenols found in plants, like in the skin, stems and seeds of grapes. Red wine is more likely to have higher tannins and to taste bitter.