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    CalgryDialBotle Guest

    Default Cleansing the Palate Essential for Relishing Wines


    Cleansing the palate is a common strategy in wine tasting as well as
    fine dining. This is recommended because flavors of a particular
    dish/drink usually overwhelm the senses. This in turn, prevents you from
    enjoying taste of the next dish/drink.

    To savor the taste of different drinks or dishes, cleansing your palate
    in-between is important. Here are few suggestions that will allow you to
    enjoy flavors of different drinks or meals. If you require additional
    information, getting in touch with Dial a Bottle Calgary can be a great
    idea.

    If you are planning to attend a wine tasting party, ensure that you
    possess a clean taste of smell and sense. Avoid smoking or drinking
    coffee at least an hour before tasting the wine. If you want to contact
    any Dial a Bottle service and enjoy wines at your home, implement the
    same strategy.
    Additionally, do not use any strong-smelling perfume. Using a strong
    perfume can overwhelm your senses, thus preventing you from appreciating
    the taste of wine. For the same reason, avoid brushing your teeth before
    leaving your home for attending the party.
    During the wine tasting session, opt for lighter wines initially.
    Gradually, move on to richer or heavier wines.
    Do not taste wines hurriedly. Rather, invest time in tasting wines and
    appreciating their flavors. Once you are done tasting a particular wine,
    cleanse your palate, before moving on to the next.


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    Emery Davis Guest

    Default Re: Cleansing the Palate Essential for Relishing Wines

    On 07/02/2012 08:41 AM, CalgryDialBotle wrote:
    > Cleansing the palate is a common strategy in wine tasting as well as
    > fine dining. This is recommended because flavors of a particular
    > dish/drink usually overwhelm the senses. This in turn, prevents you from
    > enjoying taste of the next dish/drink.


    Don't forget to sterilize the palate with a "Trou Normand" between
    different wines. In this wy you ensure no confusing blending of tastes
    between the various cuvees. What's more, you put a stop to bacterial
    infections that can be caused by poor cellar hygiene.


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