Wine Etiquette Tips To Master

When you’re not in the privacy of your own home (snorting a bottle of wine down with your favorite coffee mug) you’ll want to employ some wine etiquette. Etiquette is one of those things that, on the surface, seems unnecessary but it is a powerful tool. It is the outward way of showing that you are, indeed, not a monster.

Wine Etiquette tips (e.g. you are not a monster)

Wine etiquette can be useful in many situations:

  • Business dinners
  • Meeting the parents
  • Formal gatherings
  • Classy dinner dates

So, here are some of the most important practices to become familiar with:

9 Wine Etiquette Habits to Know

wine-folly-holding-a-wine-glass Hold your glass by the stem or the base.
wine-folly-smelling-wine Smell your wine. Sniff it, taste it, and think about it.
wine-folly-glass-lip-marks Try to drink from the same position on your wine glass to reduce unsightly mouth marks
wine-folly-how-to-open-wine When opening a wine bottle, try to do it quietly, like a ninja
wine-folly-clinking-glasses-so-they-dont-break When clinking: clink glasses bell to bell (it reduces breakage) and look your clinking-buddy in the eye.
wine-folly-holding-a-wine-bottle Pouring wine? hold the bottle towards the base.
wine-folly-standar-pour-size Fill your glass less than half way to give your wine room to breathe.
wine-folly-servings-of-wine Try to keep your portion of drinking equivalent to the other people around you.
wine-folly-almost-empty-barolo-bottle Offer wine to others before pouring seconds for yourself.

from: http://winefolly.com/tutorial/list-of-wine-etiquette-tips/

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