Wine: Using Your Five Senses

Without using your senses, you won’t get much from wine. Ray Isle demonstrates what happens when your senses are dulled.

Without using your senses, you won’t get much from wine. Ray Isle demonstrates what happens when your senses are dulled.

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[BLANK_AUDIO] I'm trying to make a point. The point is, without your senses, without using your senses, you can't really get that much out of wine. I can't smell it, I can't really see it and I can taste it but It's like a shadow of itself. Now, if I get rid of the clothes pin, now I can smell. Get rid of the shades, get rid of the music, and now, I can smell the wine. I can smell all those aromas that are there. I can see the wine, I can see it's a [UNKNOWN]. I can tell from the color. [BLANK_AUDIO] You taste it. The aroma and the flavors combine. You're using all of your senses to really appreciate, and actually have a fantastic time tasting this liquid. That's why you use your senses when you taste wine. You can actually listen to music while you taste wine though, it's cool.
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Wine: Using Your Five Senses


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