Beauty comes in many forms. It might be a question of measurable symmetry or a juxtaposition of opposites – ruggedly handsome, heroin chic – but the origin of physical beauty is set firmly in the eye of the beholder. In wine, beauty is most often equated with aroma and balance: a beautiful bouquet, a beautiful wine.
Though appearances are important, they regularly take a back seat to aromas as the trigger for physical contact with a subject. In this case, the subject happens to be a glass of wine.
In part one of this series, I touched on visual cues that can be found in wine.
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[This article was written by Benjamin Spencer, AmericanWineWriter, and published by Eligible Magazine. Follow this link to read the full article.]