One of my favorites from my favorite Sonoma winery via /r/wine

One of my favorites from my favorite Sonoma winery
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Submitted October 21, 2019 at 08:16PM by DarthPisces
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Advice on attending big wine tasting via /r/wine

Advice on attending big wine tasting

I'll be visiting a big wine tasting organized by a local wine store in a few weeks. They'll be serving 150 different wines that day. I'm not new to wine, but I am new to these kind of big tastings and I'm a bit clueless on how to do this.

I'm not planning on trying them all. How do you decide what to taste and what not? And how do you keep track on what you've tasted? Do you tend to keep notes or do you rate the wines?

Any other tips are welcome, thanks!:)

Submitted October 21, 2019 at 01:45PM by rutherglenn
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I love when my product shots for work come together. Newest release: 2014 Star Lane “Star” Cabernet Sauvignon. 100% cab, 100% New French Oak for 32 months. Yummm via /r/wine

I love when my product shots for work come together. Newest release: 2014 Star Lane “Star” Cabernet Sauvignon. 100% cab, 100% New French Oak for 32 months. Yummm
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Submitted October 21, 2019 at 01:19PM by ohjeezjaelynn
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