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Lemon, gold, pink, salmon, purple, ruby, garnet… These are a few colours that are used to describe the colour of the wine. So how do you differentiate the colours?
Sometimes, you will see people holding the glass to the light, or just swirling their glass and trying to eyeball it. If and when you do see this, please know that that isn’t the right way at all to accurately observe the appearance of the white, whether it be the colour or the clarity or its intensity.
wineThe truth is, there is really only one way to tell a wine’s colour and it would require a really white background (usually a piece of paper). Firstly, you tilt the wine forward and hover it over the white paper. You will then be able to see that the wine has an outer area that has a slight difference in colour than the saturated colour of the wine – this is called the rim.
The rim is where we tell what the colour of the wine is.
Of course, it’ll take a lot of practice before you can tell the difference between red and garnet, but you will have a much easier time, all with just a piece of white paper
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