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Drinking Greek wine is certainly a lot more fun than reading about it! So why the need for this section? To maximize your enjoyment! This is a wine tasting for the thirsty!

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Your Nose

When you last had a cold, or bunged-up nose, remember how little taste everything seemed to have? When you smell a dish cooking, you can taste it - you know what it is and know if you will like it. What we know and describe as taste, is actually a combination of two things: what we sense through our noses and our mouths. Without our sense of smell, we are unable to appreciate foods or distinguish between them easily. Different foods 9(and drinks) vary in the amount of vapour (smell) that they give off. Wine for example has a complex smell which is immediately detected the moment you nose nears the glass. Water of course has no smell at all. A stale piece of bread offers very little smell and a good snort would be needed to recover anything at all. By actively (and consciously) smelling everything you drink and eat, you can at least double the pleasure it gives.


Holding Your Nose!

Get someone (who will promise not to laugh) to blindfold you and put some sort of nose-clamp on you, whether it be fingers, a peg or swimmer's nose clip. Choose three similarly textured but differently flavoured foods, such as grated apple, potato and carrot, and see if you can distinguish between a mouthful of each.


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