There are plenty of misconceptions about wine. The most common is that all wine tastes the same, which couldn’t be further from the truth! There are many different kinds of wine available at Bottle Shop Lara, each with its own distinct flavours and aromas.

In this article, we’ll go over four common misconceptions about wine, as well as how to avoid them and make sure you’re truly enjoying your favourite bottle of vino.

CHEAP WINE IS BAD WINE

  • The price of wine is not a reflection of quality.
  • The price of wine is determined by many factors, including:
  • Region of origin
  • Quality of grapes used (specifically, what kind) and how they’re grown/processed—this also applies to the time spent aging in barrels and bottling process.

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SCREW CAPS ARE A SIGN OF POOR QUALITY

You may have heard that screw caps are a sign of low quality, but this isn’t true. In fact, many wineries use them because they’re easier to open and reseal than corks. Checkout Bottle Shop Lara for more information.

All Reds Go with Meat, All Whites with Fish and Seafood

  • All reds go with meat, all whites with fish and seafood.
  • It’s easy to get stuck in a rut when pairing wine and food. While some pairings are more obvious than others, there are no absolutes.
  • For example, while it’s true that light-bodied white wines such as Riesling or Pinot Gris often pair well with seafood dishes and entrées featuring poultry or pork, it’s also true that medium-bodied reds like Pinot Noir can be just as good. The point is not just to match the right type of wine but also to find one you enjoy drinking—and one your dinner companions will appreciate as well!

The Bottle Shop Lara has an extensive selection of wines that will please any palate and complement any meal—no matter what the menu calls for.

SWEET WINES AREN’T FOR TRUE WINE DRINKERS

  • If you’re a true wine drinker, you will love sweet wines.
  • Wine drinkers are not afraid of sugar. They understand that sugar is an important part of the flavour profile and experience of wine. Sweet wines use this fact to their advantage in order to add complexity and depth of taste to their product.
  • It’s not just about having a sweet tooth—wine drinkers in general, have an understanding that there are many different types of flavours in their favourite beverage, and they seek out those tastes regardless of whether or not they are sweet or bitter.
  • Some people prefer sweeter wines because they have more depth; others prefer tart flavours because they enjoy the way it lingers on the palate for longer than traditional dry reds do (think about how some strong white onions make your mouth burn).
  • Either way, if you enjoy drinking wine, then chances are good that you also enjoy different styles as well!

Conclusion

These are just a few of the common misconceptions about wine. If you’re new to the world of wine and would like to learn more, I encourage you to read more books or watch documentaries on the subject and visit Liquor Store Lara.

The more knowledge you have, the better-educated choices you can make when buying and drinking this beverage.