Wine Sense by Steve Shipley We first experience wine through our five basic senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and feel. Wine Sense helps you understand how wine’s interaction with your senses works. This book was successfully funded on Publishizer.
How the tongue is used to taste wine and why proper glass shape is important! (From Wine Sense, Chapter Wine and Taste)
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Filling a wine glass to the proper level - at the widest part and about to full to allow the wine to soften and release a multitude of aromas. (From Wine Sense, Chapter Improving Smell and Taste Sensations)
Selecting the right glass for the right grape is essential for getting the most out of tasting wine. This is a great beginning set of Riedel glassware to start with. (From Wine Sense, Chapter Wine and Taste)
Filtering and aerating wine to get the best out of it! What a beautiful sight which increases our desire to drink the wine! (From Wine Sense, Chapter Wine and Sight)
Beautiful views when visiting wineries! Buying wine at the cellar door is one of the best ways to purchase wine. This is the view from Audrey Wilkinson's in Hunter Valley. (From Wine Sense, Chapter Buying and Storing Wine)