I always like to ask 3 questions to try to get the most information before helping you choose a bottle of wine.
Red or white?
Lighter, heavier or somewhere in between?
What is your price range?
Make sure you know what your favorite wines are, so I can get a sense of your style.
Be adventurous, and open minded! If you usually only drink wines from a certain area, you are missing out on a whole world of wine. I’ll help you expand your horizons, teaching you about different areas of the world, so that when you look at a wine list, it’s not gibberish.
And if you don’t like it, please make sure you say something – I want you to be happy with your choice! If you are in doubt about tasting the wine, or if you question its quality, ask me for a second opinion. (If it’s corked, it will smell of wet leaves in the fall or wet cardboard.)
At Angelina’s, I conduct wine classes for our service staff. The same information is available to you, just ask. Not only will it help you enjoy your wine experience at Angelina’s, it will help even more when you go to a wine store and follow through with a tasting of what we talked about.