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How to choose the best wine?

Submitted by micahsilas on Wed, 08/31/2022 - 04:12

Shopping at the supermarket means having a wide range of local and foreign products, cheap and more expensive, of great and decent quality at any time of the year. Wine Montmorency talks about very large environments where it is not always easy to choose the best product from those long shelves. Those who buy wine at the supermarket know the problem well.

The next time you get stuck in the wine department because you don't know how to decide between a bottle from Craft Beer Montmorency and another with an elegant but unclear label, remember the advice they are about to give you to choose wine at the supermarket.
If you have been invited for dinner at your friends' house, it would be a nice gesture not to show up empty-handed and not make mistakes on these occasions a bottle of good wine is the best thing. Usually, you go to your trusted wine shop where the staff has learned all your tastes and knows how to guide you in your choice, but this time the invitation came too late, and you have to go to the supermarket to buy wine.
First of all, it is good to know that in all large-scale distribution stores, the products are arranged in such a way as to influence their purchase. For this reason, when you go shopping, you usually arrive at the checkout with a full cart, even if only one carton of milk was listed on your shopping list. These are real marketing techniques aimed at influencing the consumer's path within the store and, therefore, what he buys.
One of these techniques concerns product costs: usually, the cheapest products are placed on the lower or higher shelves. the consumer will be discouraged from taking that particular product in favor of another with higher cost. Look at the lower shelves only if you are willing to pay a little money for Craft Wine, but also know that with a choice of this kind, you will hardly find a decent wine. 
Matching by concordance
To avoid getting lost in topics covered by entire books, it seems enough to say that, according to this method, most of the sensations perceived in food require the opposite sensation in wine. Only in some cases (limited to sweetness, but also the wine's structure, intensity, and taste-olfactory persistence) is the pairing based on the principle of concordance.
In a nutshell, a sweet dish prefers the combination with sweet wine, a dish (sweet or salty) with great structure, the intensity of flavors, and persistence requires a wine of great design, intensity, persistence, and taste olfactory.
Combination by contrast
Regarding the contrast, it is necessary to consider the main sensations that Australian Wine Montmorency can perceive in a dish and balance them with those of the wine.
A savory, spicy and acidic dish needs to be balanced on the palate with a soft wine (with an important alcoholic volume), a wine they perceive in the mouth as enveloping as silk. For this reason, a good Florentine steak goes very well with champagne or great red wine, while fish with sweet meat go well with white wines.