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Etiquette for wine tours?
Are you planning a wine tour in long island? Superb, It is always a
fascinating experience visiting to the new people, new place and testing the
new flavor. Attending wine tours in long island are more likely to have various
levels of knowledge for wine lovers. There are so many questions race through
your mind, from testing wines to buying it. Such tour is great opportunity to
make new friends who share your interest in wine. If you’ve never been to a
wine tour, then familiarize yourself with these wine tasting etiquette which will
help you to feel more comfortable during your li wine tours with Long Island
Wine Divas company.
Shall I Spit or Swallow Wine?
What should I do? Spit it or not? It's common questions come to everyone’s
mind in a testing room. Wine tasting is a personal experience. Everyone has his
or her own taste about wine. The peoples working at the winery familiar with
such behavior. If you’re not enjoying a wine, Do not hesitate to spit it. It is not
rude to spit. It is the only place where spitting will be socially acceptable. One
advantage of spitting the wine allows you to drink more without it going to your
head. So again don't hesitate to Spit out the wine.
Eat or Drink on long island wine tours?
On long island wine tours, while enjoying the wine you may quickly get
dehydrated due to alcohol. So, keep in mind drink lots of water. Adding some
water into the wine will help you to feel great throughout your li wine
tours. This piece of advice is very useful in the summer season. When the heat is
already beaming down and dehydrating you on its own, water can help you to go
a very long way to making a day much more enjoyable. An empty stomach
doesn't help to digest wine properly. Also, wine is quite acidic for empty
stomach. Some wineries provide breakfast or meals as part of their tour
package. If a meal isn't offered, ask for wine tour operator about the meal. Some
wineries also have on-site restaurants. So, it's a fantastic opportunity to sample
the different dishes on wine tours long island.
What we have to do and avoid at wineries •DO:
Respect staff at wineries
Be a polite visitors
Try to make good conversation with your host
Drink too much!
Smoke chew gum
Talk on cell phone in wine tasting room
Wear fragrance or heavy cologne
Pretend to be a professional
Discuss what you’ve learned from other wineries