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Aromas and flavours are, of course, the first things one pays attention to when they first get into wine.
Left to our own devices, however, we often give a “shotgun” account of what we sense in a wine.
Lots of fruit, maybe a few flowers, some mineral tones… but delivered in a way that’s not coherent to the untrained ear.
This was the main motivation behind why I wanted to do a video focusing exclusively on aromas and flavours, offering a practical, systematic method for analysing a wine.
Much of it is based on the WSET‘s Systematic Approach to Tasting (SAT), which I trained under while studying for my Diploma.
I hope you find this method as useful as I have in my career.
In case you don’t have the time right now to view the full 15-minute video, I have provided timestamps for each part of the video in the description on YouTube.
I hope you enjoy watching.
If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment in the video or send me a message via the contact page.
Read more: A Rational Approach To Wine Tasting