Basic wine knowledge for beginners

Wine is a drink given by nature showing elegance and elegance in communication. Especially for business people, who are always busy with business relationships with social gatherings with partners…, wine is an indispensable drink.

Wine is an indispensable drink for business people

The way of enjoying wine will make the partner have a better view of the business owner, evaluate the style, position of the leader, as well as create opportunities for long-term business between This article will help entrepreneurs have basic knowledge about wine as well as how to enjoy, feel about this special water so they can be more confident at the party table.

Wine insights

Wine is extracted from grapes to ferment, or sometimes wine can also be made from some other fruits. The specialty of wine is the fermentation directly from the fruit without distillation. Alcohol concentration usually ranges from 8-18 degrees. Wine is considered a luxurious, nutritious drink that nature offers to humans.

The kinds of wines

Red wine is made from dark-skinned grapes. The skin is removed during fermentation, the same substances as tannins, pigment (anthocyanin) in the shell create the natural color for alcohol. Typically: Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Merlot or Pinot Noir.

White wines are made from a variety of grapes, often with yellow and blue skin. White wines like: Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc or Pinot Gris. This type of wine has a characteristic light concentration, drinks best when made.

Rose wine is made from a dark-skinned grape but has been peeled to give the wine a light color, or a blend of red and white wine. Some types like: White Zinfandel, Grenache, Blush and also drink very well when new.

Carbonated wines such as champagne in the early stages of extraction are similar to other common wines, but this wine also has a second fermentation stage to create a toothpick. Typical types are Champagne, Cava, Cre’mant and Sparkling Brut.

The common, or sparkling, wines are dessert wines like Port, Sherry, Madeira and Eiswein. The sugar content in these wines is quite high.

Fruit wines are extracted from fruits such as peaches, apples and raspberries in combination with grapes.