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Wine Training
Wine Service Skills Training for Restaurants, Bars and Hotels.

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Wine Tasting
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Wine Tasting Training.
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Wine Service
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Serving Wine in Restaurants.
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Wine Selling
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Up Selling Wine.
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Wine Glossary
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ACETIC ACID: All wines contain acetic acid, or vinegar, but usually the amount is quite small--from 0.03 percent to 0.06 percent--and not perceptible to smell or taste. Once table wines reach 0.07 percent or above, a sweet-sour vinegary smell and taste becomes evident. At low levels, acetic acid can enhance the character of a wine, but at higher levels (over 0.1 percent), it can become the dominant flavour and is considered a major flaw. A related substance, contributes a nail polish-like smell
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