One of the problems I have with wine tasting, and tasting food in general, is that I have a poor sense of smell, which equates to a very diminished palate. I do the whole ritual of taking a whiff of my wine before tasting, but honestly it does nothing for me; it's just a formality to look like I know what I'm doing! Then when I read the descriptions of the wine I am always perplexed by the comparisons that are made. For example, one wine I tasted in Temecula said it was supposed to have notes of fresh cut grass. Another was supposed to taste like worn leather. Aside from not knowing what these things smell like (let alone taste like), I always find these descriptions to be humorous. What's next, "this wine has notes of old, sweaty socks"? Well, suffice it to say, I will not be applying to become a master sommelier anytime soon!
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