They suggest that restaurant goers lean on a sommelier’s experience if they are unsure.
Monroe, Washington (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Restaurants can really make entertaining friends easy, especially when the goal is introducing them to wine. According to Cellars Wine Club’s latest wine of the month club article, there are a few things that should be considered. Ordering wine at the dinner table can be a disaster if certain etiquette is not followed.
Their article explains that there are quite a few options for trying (or getting others to try) new wine while at a restaurant. “Wine by the glass” is sometimes offered, which can be a great choice for those wanting to try a number of styles in one sitting. There are some tricks to making this work, though. For instance, some wine of the month club wines are poured to high. This leaves too little room for aeration swirling. The article explains that this can be remedied by ordering 2 half glasses instead of a full.
Wine of the month club provider Cellars Wine Club also explains a few of the finer points concerning wine service. They suggest that restaurant goers lean on a sommelier’s experience if they are unsure. This, they explain, often leads to a great experience without the need of intimate wine knowledge.
About Cellars Wine Club:
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