DIY: Traveling Vineyard Wine Tasting

Bring your friends and neighbors together for a tailored social event that’s always classy, because – ‘It’s wine’.

Start with a theme.

Feature wines of a specific area of the world. Comparisons, such as expensive versus more affordable versions is always an interesting focus. Featuring popular historical wines. Your theme depends on you or the tastes of your guests.
Your theme will require some research to prepare the wines as intended for best flavor. You will also give some background, this adds additional interest to the wines, and motivates your guests to make purchases based on taste, but also other facts and attributes.

Prepare your supplies

Plan to stock 3 bottles of each chosen selection, depending on the number of guests. Choose no more than 5 different selections, to not overwhelm the palate.
Consider renting, or stocking small, identical Bordeaux glasses. Each guest will use a separate glass per sample.

Table dressings should be white, but if you are presenting colors it should be solid-colored cloth without embossed designs.

Unflavored bread sticks or water crackers are suggested as palate cleansers.
Spittoons can be coffee mugs or opaque plastic cups. Also include a large bucket as a spittoon dumping receptacle.

If you are having a blind taste test, relabel the bottles by number. Just wrap or bag each selection, and attach a number.

Create the Mood

Be mindful of the senses when preparing the atmosphere. Promote the wines by maintaining an organic atmosphere. Props such as scented candles or incents will affect the senses; therefore, effecting their tastes of the wines.

Table Setting

Each place setting will consist of the required number of glasses along the top of a plate of bread sticks or crackers, a small notepad and pen, and a glass of water. The large bucket will be placed at the table center.

Serving

Serve wines according to color. Start with the lightest. Begin by serving you guests in the left most glass and pour up to 2.5 oz. per serving.
Discuss the color, then rate the aroma by swirling the glass on a smooth flat surface. Encourage participants to do the same. Then smell the wine, by placing your noses deep into the glass. Sip and hold to determine the body fullness of this selection. Have your guests rate the after-tastes, take notes and compare.

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Visiting the Napa Valley

The Napa Valley is most famous for its wine. It is among one of the best places on earth to grow grapes. The wine is great, but there is more to the Napa Valley than just wine. Instead of going down the beaten track, you can take the time to explore some of the fascinating sites of Napa. Here are some other things that Travelling Wine Guide can do in Napa besides take wine.

Go to the Napa Art Walk

If you love 3D art, make sure that you visit the Napa Art Walk exhibition. The event features the works of some of the most creative works from all over the US. You may even catch a glimpse of a work of art that you love. Part of the proceeds will go towards funding future exhibitions.

Visit the Napa Valley Historical Society

Do you love history? A visit to the historical society may be a great opportunity for you to view a historical snapshot of the Napa Valley. The organization collects pieces of Napa’s past and invites the public to view them.

Indulge in Olives

The Napa Valley is not just great for growing grapes. It is also one of the best places on earth to grow olives. At Round Pond Estate, you will find some of the finest olives on earth produced using world methods.

Take Some Cooking Classes

In a region best known for its wine, food is still important. Finding the perfect combination of wine and food can take you on one of the most interesting sensual journeys of your life. If you would like to know how to prepare delicious meals, you are welcome to Travelling Vineyard visit the Silverado Cooking School. The main trainer is Chef Malcolm de Sieyes, who has experience on some of the most advanced techniques of food preparation.

As a member of Travelling Vineyard, you will be part of a supportive family that looks out for one another. From advice to basic training, help is just a call away. Even if you do not love wine, being a wine guide could help you earn some extra income.

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