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The buffet of the five senses

The permanent tour

Since birth, we have discovered the world using our five senses. Sight. Hearing. Smell. Taste. Touch. What could be more natural, instinctive or familiar?

However, when it comes to tasting wine, things become more complicated. Perhaps the shared joys of wine, the most convivial drink in the world, are sometimes intimidating?

Tasting is a way of drinking which appeals to the mind and promotes exchange. It is a cultural and social practice. However, above all it is a pleasure for all the senses, a personal experience which draws on memory, emotion and imagination. This means that you don’t have to be a specialist to enjoy tasting wine. 

From a gradual awakening of the senses to discovering the keys to tasting, enjoy a fun and educational experience. Challenge your senses, taste colours, play with images and smells, apply words to what you feel. Learn to make tasting a pleasure, opening a door to sensory and cultural worlds and creating a path to wine knowledge.

Challenge your senses, taste colours, play with images and smells, apply words to what you feel.

 

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