Wine school

Wine is not to drink, but to enjoy. That is why every wine lover needs to know the basics of wine culture: Wine is a drink that best matches the food, because it complements the taste of the food. Wine improves the taste of food and contributes to the better mood at the table. The rule is that the white meat goes white wine and red meat with red wine. Not with clear soups and salads and everything that is spiced by vinegar or lemon juice. Fresh white cheese is served with white wine, while different red wines go with full-fat cheese. White wines are served before red ones and during the meal they go from newer to older and from dry wines to sweet ones . Wine is served in glasses made of flat, smooth, thin and colorless glass. Glasses for red wine are rounded, narrowed at the top for scent to remain longer and for flavour to develop. Glasses for white wine are of the same shape, but they are opened at the top.

Red wine is served at a temperature of 15 to 18 ◦ C, and the white from 5 to 8 ◦ C. Wine must not be poured and glass should never be too filled. It is necessary to decipher Sommelier’s language. For example,. when sommelier finds that the wine is warm, it means the wine is high alcoholic, not warm in temperature. If we just said that the wine is good it would not mean much to anyone who has not tried it. It may be fairly good, but the guest does not have to like it