Talking about French wine tastes

Talking about French wine tastes

Since the ancient brave sailors brought the vines from the valleys of the Nile and the island of Crete to Greece, Sicily and southern Italy, and then re-destroyed France, the cultivation and winemaking techniques of the grapes were obtained on this hexagonal land.Improvements from generation to generation have been promoted and carried forward.

The wine culture fully demonstrates the French people’s pursuit of exquisite and beautiful life, and is an inseparable part of French civilization and culture.

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hzh {display: none; }  法国著名化学家马丁·夏特兰·古多华(1772 1838)曾说过:“酒反映了人类文明史上的许多东西,它向我们展示了宗教、宇宙、自然、Physical and life.
It is an encyclopedia of life and death, sex, aesthetics, society and politics.

The symbolism of grapes and wine is ubiquitous in religion.

The first miracle about wine created by Jesus was at the wedding of Jana, who turned the water into a wine.

Jesus said: “I am the real grape. My father is a farmer who grows grapes.

For the disciples of Jesus, wine is the blood of the Son of God.

At the ceremonies such as the Eucharist, grapes and wine have been favored by the priests.

In medieval art, Jesus crucified is behaved like a bunch of grapes under a press.

Until the 18th century, people thought that the drink would turn into blood in the body.

When the epidemic is in epidemic, all people will drink and ward off evil.

  The wine leader is intoxicated.

For a long time, drunkenness is sacred in the folk.

But Christianity opposes drunkenness, because “the wine of the source of joy will bite like a viper.”

In ancient Greece, except for musicians and dancers, the rest were not allowed to participate in banquet drinking.

The ancient Roman man smelled his wife’s mouth to find out if he secretly drank alcohol. If he smelled the wine, he could be killed.

Atheism and humanism have changed the strict discipline of religion.

Both the philosophers Plato and Montaigne have advocated modest drinking.

During the Renaissance, poets praised the creativity brought by fine wines.

In the literary works of this period, emperors and princes often appeared in the image of good drinking.

  From a very old age, people have combined wine with art, goodness and beauty.

In Greek mythology, Venus meets Bacchus because of wine, and wine is therefore considered to bring love and pleasure to human beings.

Almost all art praises the intoxication and inspiration that wine brings.

  In the 16th century, the Italian painter Alchinboto painted the god of the golden autumn as a god of wine. Their image not only showed the tension of youth, but also showed the spirit renewed in the fleeting harmony.

The paintings of the painters Francisco de Coya, Charles Francois, Debine, and Auguste Renoir all show the scenes of harvesting grapes and grapes to show the nature.Generous and selfless.

Fran?ois Miller’s paintings show the thickness of the hoops’ barrels, and Engène Boudin’s paintings show the transport of Bordeaux wine barrels.

  In Voltaire’s novel, we will read a sentence like this: “Clarice Eleks personally poured out the thick Ai wine, and the pop-up bottle was lightning-like and flew over the roof.It caused a lot of laughter and laughter.

The clear bubble flashes, this is the beautiful image of France.

In 1650, the first drinkable coffee shop appeared in Paris.

There is usually a platform there.

In the days of the wind and the sun, the Parisian citizens often gather on it to enjoy the songs and taste the food.

In 1789, there were only 102 such cafes in Charonne alone.

A variety of characters or scores, or squats, or quarrels, or dance.

There is a place where the civilians are looking for joy and forgetting their troubles.

Of course, in the novels of the 18th and 19th centuries, there are also places where criminals are hiding and appearing.

  The name “Bicolt” tavern often evokes the French nostalgia.At the same time, it was also left in the Impressionist paintings, and remained in the black and white movies after the war.

When Jean Gabin sang the song “When we walked by the river.”, the time seemed to flow back to those lost years.

The warm scene of the tavern has actually been deeply hidden in the memory of the French.

  Even today, we can still see many small restaurants called “bistrot” or “tapas” in France.

People can even eat simple light meals there, and often find that the soft and cheerful atmosphere is more suitable for friends to party and chat.

In the trendy hotel, guests usually only see the big Bordeaux.

But in the tavern, the bosses will teach the guests a sensible way to choose wine to attract guests.

  Choosing exquisite and pleasing wines, the right way to drink is another detail that cannot be ignored in the wine culture.

Molière once compared the beautiful bottle to his lover: “Beautiful bottle, you are so gentle; / beautiful snoring, you can move.

/ But my fate is full of embarrassment.

/what!

Bottle, my lover, / If you are always so happy, / why should you empty yourself?

In addition to the wine bottles of different shapes and colors, the material and thickness of the wine glass also affect the taste of the wine drinker.

The ideal wine glass must be smooth and transparent, allowing people to appreciate the color of the wine.

The smooth and delicate material gives the lips a comfortable touch.

  ”Full, plump, thick, fragrant”, “exudes the fragrance of tannins and the delicate fragrance of cocoa trees”, “like the smoothness of pine trees jumping between the forests”, “warm and transparent like the tears of fishermen”, these full of emotionsThe language of color expresses the feelings of wine lovers.

There are special schools and professional research wine tasting art in France.

  They believe that if you drink the wine before you appreciate the color and aroma of the wine, you will give up the basic enjoyment of drinking.

In addition, drinking is also a step: you must stop talking before you pick up the glass.

Before tasting, raise the glass and use your eyes to observe the full, clear, bright color of the wine, gently shake the glass, let the wine spread out; then sniff with the nose, and then start to taste.

  The combination of food and wine is also a matter of learning. In the process, some people think that harmony is unified, and some people highlight the contrast.

For those who share knowledge of food and wine, it is generally not wrong to mix wine from the same region with local food.

Of course, personal hobbies are the key, and new attempts often become a sense of accomplishment for people to enjoy innovation.

Low-grade red wine is often used as a table fish. Most cheeses and wines are balanced. Desserts (unless they are semi-dry) are considered deadly combinations if they are replaced with champagne, but Alsace’s Musca(Muscat) is paired with asparagus but is considered a perfect match!

  In the early days of wine culture, it is impossible to mention the culture of picking grapes.

Harvesting grapes is one of the most important events in French agriculture.

It is very hard to pick grapes under the scorching sun, but it is full of joy.

Happy people can be seen everywhere, and happy songs can be heard everywhere.

In the famous Bocai juice song, you can hear the lyrics: “Rolling wine, fast filling the jug.” French restaurants will be busy for a while when new wines are launched every year.

Large and small restaurants across the country began to sell new brands of wine, while friends, family, colleagues, lovers can go to the restaurant to meet and taste new wine.

The festive atmosphere of the harvest is everywhere in the air.

  The French wine culture is accompanied by the growth and development of French history and civilization.

The wine culture has penetrated into the French religion, politics, culture, art and life, and is closely related to the people’s lives.

As a world political, economic and cultural power, French wine culture also affects the lifestyle and cultural tastes of people around the world.

Understanding the French wine culture will help us to understand our French culture as a whole.

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