Before you practice letting wine breathe and how to pour wine perfectly, you probably want to find the wine that’s perfect for you. If you are wondering how to do that, here are three clues that will help you find the wine brands that match your personality perfectly. Then, when you pour wine perfectly for yourself or for your guests, you will also be able to recommend what they might enjoy, too!
What is Your Favorite Scent?
The sense of smell is one of the keenest of our senses. Here’s a good list or white and red wines. If you prefer floral, fruity scents, you will probably enjoy a Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, or Riesling. If your preference leans to woody, earthy scents, try a Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. If you favor sweet scents like caramel and chocolate, wines like port, Grenache and champagne are for you. And if you love an herbal scent, go for a choice among a Merlot, Malbec, and Cabernet Sauvignon.
What is Your Favorite Cheese?
Strong cheeses like Roquefort will pair well with a Cabernet Sauvignon. If you tend to prefer a medium cheese such as Muenster, a Pinot Noir would go well very with that. For a bold cheese like aged cheddar, your best wine choice would be a Pinot Grigio or Zinfandel. For a mild cheese such as Brie and others like it, you will probably enjoy a Chardonnay.
What is Your Favorite Fruit?
Are softer red fruits like strawberries and raspberries your favorites? Then, for wine, you will probably enjoy Zinfandel or Prosecco. If citrus fruits are more your preference, then the wine to recommend for you would be Pinot Blanc or Champagne. Sweet fruits like pears would indicate that Bordeaux would be a perfect wine choice for you. Finally, if you prefer dark red fruits like plums and black currants, then Asti Spumante or Beaujolais would probably suit you just right.
It’s a fact, people love wine! It’s been reported in the United States that 5% of the population, as of February 2017, enjoy a drink of wine every day. With this fun survey, you can find out the type of wines your guests will enjoy most, and the delight them by showing them just how to pour wine perfectly.