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How to Spit Wine Like a Pro

How to Spit Wine Like a Pro


Tips to remember at the next wine tasting event

At some point in your wine journey, you will face the ultimate test of oenophile professionalism: spitting.

Yes, spitting. We all know it's a tough skill to learn, especially when you want to come across as a professional. Some of you have already mastered the art of spitting, but many of us (myself included) are still novices and in desperate need of a few pointers.

Whether you are here to reminisce in your beginner spitter days of yore or are in fact in need of some basic training, here are a few suggestions for the next time you find your wine ego up against the challenge of presenting a perfect spit.

Click here for the How to Spit Wine Like a Pro Slideshow.

— KristinW, Snooth


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


How to Taste Wine Like a Pro at a Winery or Restaurant

On CTV’s The Social yesterday, we chatted about how to get the most from your winery visit, including what to bring, what to ask and how to spit your wine.

However, when you’re at home, please don’t spit the two lovely wines that I selected for this show: Rosehall Run Pinot Noir and Viewpointe Auxerrois )

I absolutely love it when there’s a strong reaction to any segment we do on The Social: it means we’re engaged and passionate about wine!

When I mention that there shouldn’t be sediment floating around in your glass, I’m referring to wines that we decant for that reason.

I’m a huge fan of unfiltered and unfined wines that we don’t decant, and often these styles receive my highest scores in my reviews and are the focus of my writing in my books.

These are the wines with all the stuffing and character still in them. Yes please!


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