The art of buying wine
While it sees straight forward at first glance, buying wine is not the same as buying Coke or bread! In fact there is a fine art that is associated with picking and buying wine!
Here is the trick, wine is just like French language, it gets more complicated the more you learn about it (biggest produces and consumers of wine in the world are French and I don’t think this is a coincidence). So to avoid for it to get over complicated here are a few tips for buying wine.
First off know that not every wine or bottle is ideal for every occasion! That’s the key. You won’t get a fancy wine for a party of 45 freshman and you won’t get the cheapest bottle of wine to celebrate your anniversary or engagement (if you do make sure that this wine is your significant others very favorite).
So adjust your wine to the occasion.
Next up, and equally as important, adjust it to your budget. If you have a lot of money to spend you can try out good wines at wine bars but those will cost a lot more than if you went to a wine testing event. Or at the winery itself.
Also don’t expect that you will buy the perfect bottle of wine at a cheap liquor store that holds only the lower quality ones!
Just so we are clear I don’t consider or have found that cheaper wines are always the lower quality ones, but when it comes to buying wine, a more popular brand will usually hold up to its expectations.
Don’t worry about it too much! Even if you don’t buy a good bottle at your first attempt you can always use it in the kitchen for cooking while you try out a new one!
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