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Wine Construct

Unit 3, 19-25 Wellington St, Black Door Studio, Chippendale, NSW, 2008

Wine Construct is a boutique provider of contemporary wine expertise. From making your wine list more profitable and successful, designing a personal cellar with wines exclusively suited to you, high impact training, tailored wine styling for events or driving a more successful wine brand our unique international experience will bring valuable added dimension to your business.

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Red Dolls Wine

By Appointment, Mclaren Vale, SA, 5171

Personalised wine education and hands on experience in the vineyard and winery covering: How to taste, how to match food.

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Mornington Peninsula Plunge Tours

By Appointment, Balnarring Beach, VIC, 3926

Guests choose the perfect wine adventure from six tours and ride in a luxurious Mercedes Benz Viano.

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Wine Talks

By Appointment, Highton, VIC, 3216

Wine Talks is a social platform in which we come to your home or business and offer wine tastings and education.

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Edway Training Pty Ltd

Suite 3, Level 1, 424 St Kilda Rd, Illoura Plaza, Melbourne, VIC, 3004

Edway Training is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO No: 91401) that specialises in short courses for hospitality and construction industries. Edway Training can help you to obtain Victorian Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) Certificate or Construction Induction Card (also known as Red/White Card). Our office is conveniently located near public transport on St Kilda Rd. Training schedule is very flexible (with evening and weekend training sessions). If you are looking to get your certificates and accreditation for working in Hospitality or Construction industries, contact us today.

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CFT Qld

By Appointment, Palm Beach, QLD, 4221

Delivers to or Services Australia-Wide (Online only)

CFT QLD is Queensland's leading online food and safety course, offering its users the flexibility.

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Wine Tasting Events

PO Box 1058, Caulfield North, VIC, 3161

Wine Tasting Events specialises in selling boutique wines from Australia and around the world. Wine Tasting Events held regular wine tasting events for the past 6 years in Melbourne showcasing Martin Peston's wines. Wine Tasting Events is the trading name for Top Australian Wines Pty Ltd. For further details of upcoming events please visit events website or call.

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User Guide To Wine Education and Training

There are many wine schools that offer wine tasting classes to the public. These classes help a person hone his or her wine tasting abilities in a controlled setting.
Wine tasting is the examination and evaluation of wine through the senses. Wine tasting is taught at wine schools to develop the skills and appreciation of people in wine. Wine education teaches formal terminologies and an analytical process which are used to describe the range of perceived flavors, aromas and general characteristics of wine.

When wine tasting, the taster will not have the liberty to see the label or bottle shape of the wine to ensure impartial judgment. It may also involve serving the wine from a black wine glass to mask the color of the wine.
A vertical tasting is a tasting event that tests different vintages of the same wine type from the same winery and emphasizes differences between various vintages. Meanwhile, a horizontal tasting involves testing wines from the same vintage but from different wineries. This would help emphasize differences in winery styles. After tasting the wines, the tester would then write a testimony about the aroma, taste, acidity, structure, texture, and balance of the wine.

Wines are then given scores according to this set system. This may either be explicitly weighing different aspects or by global judgment. It is common for wines to be scored out of 20 in Australia. However, critics tend to have their own preferred system of grading.

The Wine Society is one of the first groups established that represents the interests of wine lovers throughout Australia. It currently has over 55,000 members across the country and strives to promote wine appreciation, knowledge and excellence in the wine industry. The nonprofit club has been promoting wine since 1946.

The Wine Industry Suppliers Australia Inc. is the national body that represents the Australian wine industry supply sector and works with the broader industry to bring about the benefits for all its members through seminars and workshops.

Tips on wine tasting

  • Look at the wine by tilting the glass and look at it against a white background. The color of the wine will vary according to what wine it is and its age.
  • Swirl the wine vigorously in the glass and smell the aroma of the wine. Consider the intensity and the appeal of the wine as well.
  • Touch the wine through your tongue and determine if it is soft or brisk, or flat and flabby. The ideal touch is a mellow softness much like a velvety feeling in your mouth.
  • Take a small sip of the wine and swirl it around lightly in your mouth then keep it there for a brief period. Determine if the taste is the same as the aroma of the wine. It is recommended to experience the aftertaste of the wine so you will have something to remember it by. But if you are going to taste several wines, you might want to spit it out instead.

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