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It’s been almost a year since coronavirus hit the UK and we were first ordered to stay home in March 2020. In that time, watching the resourcefulness of bars and bottle shops adapt to selling online has offered a glimmer of hope for the hospitality industry.
Throughout the country, we’ve seen bars become convenience stores and pubs turn into fully-fledged takeaways. But, what does this mean for wine tasting?
For now, wine tastings at wineries, bars or tasting events are still a long way off. That doesn’t mean you can’t recreate the experience within the comfort of your living room, however. So the question remains:
Tasting wine doesn’t have to be complicated. Put aside an evening when you’ll be distraction free and can make the most of your wine tasting. Here are a few pointers to help you on your way:
Check out our blog post on how to taste wine for more information.
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