When a friend tells you she loves wine, it’s hard not to think of a big glass of vintage, vintage-y goodness.
But there are a lot of things that you can do to improve your wine drinking skills.
We talked to wine expert Ryan Wiles about how to be more knowledgeable about wine, how to enjoy it, and why wine is one of the best ways to get a workout in.
First off, don’t forget about what you drink.
That’s a good rule of thumb for a lot people.
But if you’re new to wine, the easiest way to start is to drink it yourself.
Ryan’s advice is to start with a small bottle of wine and work your way up.
So, take a look at some of the wines you enjoy and then experiment.
You’ll soon realize that you’re enjoying a wine you’d never heard of before.
That will help you to learn how to tell the difference between wines you’re drinking and ones you’ve never heard about.
You should also make an effort to share the wine with your friends.
It’ll be more enjoyable and hopefully you’ll start to enjoy wine more as well.
Finally, when it comes to tasting, be mindful of your own palate.
The more you eat, the more you will appreciate certain wines, so you should try to get as much of them as you can.
This will help keep you from getting overwhelmed by the many wines out there.
Ryan recommends that you keep a wine list in your phone, and also to check your social media feeds regularly to see what’s popular.
Ryan also recommends that, whenever possible, try to have a tasting of a wine before you drink it.
This way you’ll have a better idea of what you’re getting into and where you stand on the spectrum of wine preferences.
When Ryan and I talked about this, he said, “I think it’s actually the best way to know whether or not you’re on the right track.”
You’re going to drink wine because you love it.
That is the best thing about wine.
It’s the most flavorful drink you can enjoy.
But it’s also the most expensive drink you will ever buy.
And if you are really into wine, you’ll need to think about how much you want to spend on it.
If you want something that will be a treat for your loved ones, or a great way to stay motivated, it is definitely worth your time.
So what’s your wine-loving advice for you?