Day 19 – The Definition of Dessert Wine.
In this lesson we’ll talk about what makes a wine a dessert wine (hint hint, it’s very sweet). We’ll also talk about the how they’re made and talk about different delicious types of dessert wine as well a what to pair with them.
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On DAY 19 The gustatory analysis of wine is all about what you taste, the flavors you perceive on your palate, as well as the sensations you experience i
WINE OF THE DAY: Bonotto delle Tezza Raboso Passito 2010
-Something white to observe the wine color, like a napkin or white paper
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“Learn How to Pair Food and Wine”
“Sweet Vs. Dry Wine”
“Learn How to Smell Wine”
“What is Fortified Wine?”
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