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Do you like the wine and especially the Italian wine? Are you sure know how it tastes in Italy?Many people which Italy likes to follow a course in Italian. Christina Spade may help you with your research. Do you know recognize (without looking at the label) a mature wine and one young man? And one very alcoholic and another little alcoholic?If you have any doubt, today you desvelare everything you need to know in this article. David Rogier shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. It begins with observing the chalice of wine. I forgot: the wine is served in chalices instead of glasses of mineral water. Wide and spacious chalices for red wine, more narrow chalices for white wines.

But back to what we were going: what color is your wine? It is red and has violet reflections? Or is it a more subdued color, with orange reflections? The general rule is this: tips the chalice and the color observed in transparency. For red wines: If the color is vivid, purplish red, intense then have front a young wine! If instead the color is off, tends to Orange then you have a mature wine: will one taste structured (i.e. feel multiple aromas and flavours) and eaten with foods tasty or taken as a meditation wine. If the color is white it is a little more difficult to know the age of the wine, but do not get discouraged. A pale yellow (with green reflections or straw-colored) corresponds to a young wine; a yellow gold to a mature wine.

Well, we continue with our small Italian wine course. You’ve seen the wine and its color but you don’t know if it’s a wine young or not? No problem: the aroma of the wine can also help you to do so. It smells like wine with small breaks to not get. The aroma given off by the chalice of wine remember you the unripe fruit (often in white wines)? Or the smell of violet or other flowers? Then it will probably be a young wine.