Wines From Down Under Virtual Wine Tasting

Hello everyone, Friday afternoon was a fun day! We took part in a Wines From Down Under Virtual Wine Tasting. I have never thought of doing a virtual wine tasting, have you?

As a result of the pandemic, we have taken part in things we haven’t had the ability of doing in person. As an example, a virtual wine tasting is something I never would have done if not for the pandemic. Before the pandemmic my husband had been traveling to NYC too and now he works out of our home. Therefore, Wines From Down Under Virtual Wine Tasting had taken place for everyone to enjoy together Friday.

To begin with, In Good Taste is the company that had held the event.  This became a particularly great time for me to put together a charcuterie for two together.  Also giving me the opportunity to use my vintage wine crate DIY.

As a result, I had made a shopping list of all the essentials. A variety of soft and hard cheeses as well as a varitey of meats were purchased. This was only for two so the quantity is small but it was fun putting together. Honey roasted pitashcios, grapes, breadsticks and water crackers can be seen and are perfect for a wine tasting.

After cleaning the grapes and cutting the meats adding them to my antique dishes from France adds an elgant touch. I also did pour the Pistachios into a small dish from France which makes them extra special.

How The Wines From Down Under Virtual Wine Tasting Took Place

Having seven bottles of wines from down under virtual wine tasting a variety of wine glasses is a must. We have our own host for this event. She graciously walks us through each bottle of wine and explains the region of Australia each wine is from. After opening each bottle and tasting it is fun to smell each wine and figure out the aroma of each. Having done this one other time it is fun to smell the wines to learn the different notes I smell in each.

The wine tasting is an hour and half long. The host explains the different regions the wine is produced. Additionally, the host explainns why to swirl the wine and asks the different smell observed from each bottle. It is also fun to notice the different scents such as, berry, grapefruit and vanilla. I have only taken part in a small wine tasting before so this is fun because seven different wines from down under vitrual wine tasting takes place.

As an example, one wine was a Chardonney and I don’t usually enjoy this variety very much. However, this Chardonney was lighter in color and not as strong as this variety I have had in the past.

During this wines from down under virtual wine tasting it is advised to have the food pairings especially with the reds. Which are bold and heavier. Also because this wine tasting is seven small bottles it can be too much with no cheeses, etc. It’s also adds to the event and wine tasting.

Catching Up With Friends Was Fun

After the wine from down under virtual wine tasting, is was especially fun to talk and catch up with people I haven’t seen or spoken to in a year or so. My husband speaks to them regularly however I do not so we caught up a bit.

I have been eyeing these chalkboard picks for another charcuterie board.

As things begin to return to normal I am looking forward to trying a wine tasting with wines from California with our friends.

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

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