Cellars Wine Club is convinced that the only way to truly enjoy a wine is to understand the contents of one's wine glass.
Monroe, Washington (PRWEB) June 09, 2013
New wine drinkers often find most wine to be almost unpleasant at first, says Cellars Wine Club in its latest article. It is suggested that instead of introducing fledgling wine drinkers to the dryer varietals strait away, one should try “easier” wines.
Finding such a wine is not actually very difficult and, according to Cellars Wine Club, many probably are already familiar with wines that are great for novices. It is said that new wine club members would do well to stay away from darker red wines, as the tannins contained therein are often too astringent for younger palates.
Drinking instead many white or rosé wines is often suggested, as these are generally less dry. To name a few by varietal, Moscato, Chardonnay and Reisling are three that many find pleasing, even at first.
Cellars Wine Club is convinced that the only way to truly enjoy a wine is to understand the contents of one's wine glass. For more about this and other great wine topics, visit http://www.cellarswineclub.com
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