Wine, a must have drink in all weekend, birthday, and wedding parties. It makes everyone to get into the party mood spontaneously. Wine partying is the wonderful get-together with friends to have immense pleasure and enjoyment.
If we look at the origin of Wine, it takes us way back to several hundred years of BC. Most of the Wine is made from the good, quality grapes and grape juice. Apart from grape, there are other contributors such as yeast, soil conditions, climate which determines the quality of the Wine. Winemaking process starts from vineyard itself. The grapes are cared and managed well to get best result and quality. Almost all the countries producing Wine, but the quality and taste differs from country to country. Spain, Italy, France and Unites States are the leading Wine production countries in the World. France is the most leading Winemaking country both in terms of volume and quality. France producing World’s finest wines for hundreds of years now, especially the one from its region Loire Valley.
There are various techniques involved in Winemaking process such as, fermentation, heating, soaking, maturation and bottling. The taste and quality of the Wine depends on how well it is passing through these stages. Wine tasting is the skill to find the best quality of wine. You can try it yourself by holding the wine in white glass, swirl the wine by holding the stem of the glass. After swirling smell the wine’s aroma and scents. Now taste the wine, take a small sip, but do not swallow immediately. Let it be in your mouth for a while and you can feel the different taste. If the Wine is good quality the taste stays for several minutes after swallowing the Wine, “After Taste” effect.
Wine is good for health if we consume moderately. Research shows that drinking a glass of Red Wine a day helps our heart to keep running. But there is a limit and it varies person to person and health condition.
Fine, which is the best one to toast with? Try these out…St. Francis, Sutter Home, Smith & Hook, Kendall-Jackson, Glenn Ellen, Kenwood Vinyards, Robert Mondavi, Korbel, Mariposa, Pine Ridge, Barefoot, J Lohr, Beringer, Gallo, Byron, Chateau Ste Michelle, Columia Crest, Blackstone, Artesa, Buehler and Turning Leaf. Don’t look at the price, quality wins.
Choose the right food to pair with Wine. Seafood is the best match for White Wine. Roasted duck goes well with Red Wine; meat with sauce also suits Red Wine.
Let's start celebrating parties with Wine.