A quick guide to wine

wineWine has a rich history dating back thousands of years. Since its inception, wines have continuously garnered the attention and interest of people from every part of the globe.

Learning to taste wine is no different than learning to really appreciate music or art in that the pleasure you receive is proportionate to the effort you make. So here you have a grain of salt from this vast wine culture.

*When visiting Excellence Resorts, attend our wine tastings. More info with your hotel concierge upon arrival.

Different varieties of grapes and strains of yeasts produce different styles of wine. Regulations govern the classification and sale of wine in many regions of the world. European wines tend to be classified by region (e.g. BordeauxRioja and Chianti), while non-European wines are most often classified by grape.

Now, you have probably heard from both friends and experts many times that any wine you like is a good wine. This is true if simply enjoying wine is your goal. You don’t have to do more than take a sip, give it a swallow and let your inner geek decide “yes” or “no.” The end.

If you’re tasting properly, you will be able to identify the main flavor and scent components in every wine you try; you will know the basic characteristics for all of the most important varietal grapes.

We have organized basic wine properties in this chart. Have a look!

Wine chart

Another tip: a white that’s too cold will be flavorless and a red that’s too warm is often flabby and alcoholic. Here is a key to ideal wine service temperatures:

Wine temperatures

Are you a #WineLover, have a look to this Wine Descriptions Glossary!

We know luxury vacations always involve exceptional meals and drinks. And that’s why we offer not just dining options but 
culinary experiences at our five star hotel restaurants & bars.

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About Excellence Group

Excellence Group Luxury Hotels & Resorts is a resort group specialized in hotel management. The company’s product lines are: Excellence Resorts, All Inclusive Luxury, Adults-Only Resorts; Beloved Hotels, All Inclusive Luxury, Boutique Style Hotels and Finest Resorts, All Inclusive Luxury Resorts that accommodate guests of all ages.
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7 Responses to A quick guide to wine

  1. Ileen Eskridge says:

    Thank you. What a wonderful idea. I love wine..go by what tastes the best to me.

  2. pattyod57 says:

    Can’t wait till March, will be there then. Curious about house wines, I love Calif. Chardonnay, is that something that is served at your resort? I will be part of the Excellence Club.

  3. Isla says:

    Hi there will you still be doing the wine tasting whn we are there in Mid-April?

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