Last weekend I had the opportunity of tasting in my family's house in Provence a 1st Cru of Burgundy. A Montracher Chassagne of 1999. And I started with my father, Henri Bour to make a comparison of tasting that both were having with this 100% Chardonnay. It came to my mind at that moment the hundred of times that many friends had told me that they never understand at all the wine they drank.
And finally, although this is something that is achieved by tastind different wines, collecting the pleasure of tasting a wine using the different senses (in this order: sight, smell and taste) is truly a great pleasure . I have almost always hear the famous "I do not know about wine , so I can not explain what I feel." One of the sentences that I don't agree because I believe that there is no a single answer to define each wine. Everyone has its own tastes and perceive its own feelings. This is exactly what we want in Uvinum: there is no a right answer but rather a sum of opinions and recomendations from users with different tasting profiles that can make you choose the correct wine with the best information available.
I would like to ask everyone here to do a little effort to understand what we taste, to understand wine. You do not need to do any wine courses or read any book (although it is always best if given the chance). When you taste a wine, you should try to understand, feeling it. Using the sight, the nose and mouth (even closing your eyes if you prefer) and be carried away by the sensations that wine conveys. You can remember a fruit, spices, a land or a person. Everything is fine. What is unfortunate is that we keep drinking wine without feeling it. We are all capable of it, we just need a little effort. And believe me when you started to open your senses to the wine, drinking wine will never be the same.