follow site Let’s face it. I’m no Joan Miro. Which is why I’m always so impressed by the creative and artistic abilities of others. But lately, I’ve been making the attempt – to sketch while I sip.
get link I can usually recall the occasion and the company with which the wine was shared (“A toast to new friends!”) I also typically remember the food that accompanied it. (“Remember that incredible pot roast we made…?”) But after a while, some of the basic information just starts to fade (“What was the name of the producer again?”)
http://boersenalltag.de/blog/blog-from/2011-05-01/ So, one day I started sketching the label alongside my notes. Oh, I don’t spend too much time on it (as you can see). But, it seems to be just enough time to take notice of a few key visual characteristics. This helps me remember. My olfactory and gustatory senses are working all the while, of course 🙂
live chart You see, unlike a sommelier or a wine merchant who handles bottles upon bottles day after day, I only get to see and/or taste a wine sometimes only once. And, I’ll also add that the wine app that allows you to snap a photo of the label wasn’t helping me too much, either.
club de rencontre gratuit a la reunion So, if you see me take out my little red notebook, don’t judge. I’m studying wine by smelling, tasting, doodling … and now remembering! It’s old school, but it works.