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How To Enjoy Spanish Wine
Let me emphasis that last point: talk with your friends, continue drinking your wine and maybe even nibble on some food. Laugh, debate, question and above all, relax. I find that a good session of grilling can help make a Spanish wine much more enjoyable or even a movie. Sometimes it tastes great after a long day of work, and other times, just because it’s there.
For those of you that thought this was a bit silly, or amateurish, well you obliviously missed my point. Wine is not about the points, the snobbery, or the idea that you need to “understand” it. No, wine is about hanging out, lubricating conversations and reflecting on life. Yes, you can dissect the wine, and analyze it, but that is not a required step on the trail to enjoying wine. First fall in love with the wine, and the rest will come naturally.
This article can be easily applied to Portuguese wine or any other wine style you so choose to explore! 😉
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