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Attending a Wine Tasting
Never drive to a wine tasting . . .
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What wine to bring?
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Generally it's best to start with white wines, and then move to reds . . .
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Start with small pours . . .
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If a spout is not provided for the wine bottles, take care as you pour . . .
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Snacking on bread will help to cleanse your palate between tastings . . .
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It's better to rinse your glass after each tasting . . .
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Hosting a Wine Tasting
If most of your guests work weekdays, it's always best to organize a wine tasting on Friday or Saturday evening . . .
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Let your guests know what they're expected to bring . . .
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The best snacks for wine tastings are bread and cheese . . .
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Blind wine tastings are a lot of fun!
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Ensure you have adequate space to set out all the wine bottles . . .
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Very important: have enough wine glasses!
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Own a quality corkscrew . . .
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Wine glass charms are not essential, but very useful . . .
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Spills and drips happen . . .
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Unless you're using an interactive input system, provide paper or post-it notes (and pens) . . .
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Ideally you will know all of your guests, but don't let anyone get too drunk . . .
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Save leftover wine . . .
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