Docstoc

wine_tasting_courses

Document Sample
wine_tasting_courses Powered By Docstoc
					<title><H3>Wine Tasting
Courses</H3></title><authorname></authorname><authordesc></authordesc><co
ntent>
<p>
To learn how to taste wine like an expert there are wine tasting courses
that can be taken. Wine tasting courses are offered both online as well
as wine schools throughout the country. A wine tasting course can offer
you a variety of aspect as there are several things involved in the art
of wine tasting.
<p>
A wine tasting course can teach you wine and food pairing. How to know
what wines go well with what foods. The course can teach you about wine
reviews and ratings, how you are to go about ranking or rating a wine. A
wine tasting course can offer an academic and certification program where
one will learn the history of wine, the ability to learn and understand
the components of wine.
<p>
There are several levels of a wine tasting course. The foundation
program, the intermediate program certificate and the advanced program.
The ultimate program is the Diploma Oenotropae, this is named after the
granddaughter of the Greek God of wine, Dionysus. This diploma can take
up to two years to earn. Wine tasting courses will teach you the language
used in the description of the wines, which to the average person can
seem strange as the descriptions are usually things that are not edible.
Such as oak, pine, grass, even leather.
<p>
Another program in the wine tasting course is the art of reading and
deciphering wine labels. Most wine labels have eight things listed. For
example, 1. The wine maker or winery, 2. The region or country the grapes
were grown, 3. The vintage or the year the grapes were harvested, 4. The
variety or the kind of grapes the wine was made from. 5. The ripeness. 6.
Bottling and winery information 7. Other required information. And 8.
Optional information. All of this will be taught when taking a course in
wine tasting.
<p>
The wine tasting course can either be for the person who just wants to
learn more about the world of wines as well as the person who wants to be
a professional. Those who are professional wine tasters are also called
sommeliers. They are those who are highly trained and knowledgeable and
generally work in fine restaurants working with the chefs to pair wines
with food dishes.
</content>

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Stats:
views:0
posted:3/18/2011
language:English
pages:1