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  1. Vinkurs i Norge : for winelowers


     My lessons are different from others wine lovers. 


    recognize two major styles of wines in the world

    recognize the aromas of wines

    recognize chemicals in wine

    learn a region from France : my speciality Bourgogne and Loire Valley.

    My rule : 

    I always choose the wine we will taste...For the price : 

    Send me an email : with the number of winelower, the adress of the tasting, the date and the time and which wine you want taste.  My answer will be my proposition


    2 chenins from france

    My ebook : 

    a few tricks for neophytes

    Colour: always look at it against a white background.

    The nose: in order to sense the complexity of the nose, I advise you to smell it without agitating it and then begin to swirl. a wine vini- fied with laboratory-selected yeasts will give two similar noses. on the contrary, a wine that has been produced organically and vinified with natural yeasts will yield two different, complex noses.

    Smell the nose of the empty glass: in order to recognise the purity of a wine, smell the glass emptied of its wine. If it is pure, these aromas will smell of fruit. on the contrary, if the wine maker has used too many chemical products, the nose of the empty glass will smell of burnt rub- ber.

    Bubbling: during the tasting, I advise you to draw in air. bubbling air over the wine in the mouth makes it possible to amplify the aromas and the retro-olfaction.

    Retro-olfaction: this is the return to the mouth after deglutition (swal- lowing). It is more intense when the wine is organically produced and vinified naturally.


    These 5 tricks are the basis for tasting and will allow you to surprise your friends.