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Beverage

Beverage

Alcohol

Carbonated

Non Alcohol

Non Carbonated

Carbonated

Non Carbonated

Sparkling wines

Red wine

Sodas

Fruit Juice

Champagne

White wines

Carbonated mineral water

Non carb mineral water

Beers

Fortified wines

Carbonated Juice

Distill water

Pre mixers

Aperitifs

Liqueurs

Still spirits

Eau di vie

Chinese liqueor

Tonics

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BEER
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Ale ,.
Ale ,,.
Stout .

Weizen or Weisse .
Pilsner / Pils .

BEER

Carlsberg

Buderweiser

Guinness Stout
Heineken

Tiger

Corona

TsingTao

Asahi

Kirin

Sapporo

(Demark)
(U.S.A )
(Irish Dark Beer )
(Holland )
(Singapore )
(Mexican)
(China )
(Japan )
(Japan )
(Japan )

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Contents
Major Grapes

Varieties of the World


White Wine

Red Wine

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Introduction
Why do We Need To Learn About Wine Knowledge?
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How Wine Is Made?


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Old World Wine And New World Wine.

Basic Knowledge Of Serving Wine

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Why Do We Need to Learn About Wine
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Knowledge?

In order to maximize and achieve guest expectations.


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To Improve job performance.
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To improve self knowledge.
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Selecting

Pressing

Bottling

Filtration

Treatments

Fermentation

Stabilization

Maturing , Fining

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What Gives Wine its Color?

Rose

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Differences Between Old world Wine and New World Wine

By region, the Old world which means those of France, Italy, and
Germany who has long history of the wine. By the New World
which means those of Australia, New Zealand, the Americas,
north and south, and south Africa

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Differences Between Old world Wine and New World Wine

By the label, the main difference is that New World Wine


presents all information of wine to the guest, in contrast Old
World Wine does not , Such as the grape variety

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New World Wine Label

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Champagne and Sparking Wine

Rose Wine

Dry White Wine

Beaujolais Style Wines

Beaujolais
Chardonnay and Semillon

Semillon
Red Burgundy Pinot Noir

Claret Style Shiraz

6-8 Centigrade
8-10 Centigrade

10-12 Centigrade
10-12 Centigrade
12-14 Centigrade
15-16 Centigrade
18-19 Centigrade

Wine Serving Temperature

Basic Knowledge Of Serving Wine

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How To Pour The Wine

Use the correct glass for serving wine, such as champagne glass for
champagne.

Always please the guest who orders the wine to taste the wine, then pour
the wine follow the rule of Lady first.


Pour 1/5 of the glass in the glass for tasting wine; pour approximately
glass for red wine, and pour approximately 3/5 for White wine.

1/51/2
3/5

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Decanting Wine

Decanting is pouring wine into a decorative container before serving wine.


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Decanting is typically necessary for older wines, which contain sediment that can
add bitterness to the wine.
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*Wine decanter allows wine to breath and may improve the flavor of the older
wins.
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Younger wine also benefit from the aeration.


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How To Decant The Wine?
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Step 1

Remove the cork slowly and wipe the neck of the bottle with the
inside edge of a service cloth.

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Step 2

Pour the wine into the decanter in one continuous movement


and using a light source to illuminate the bottle (a candle is
best). This will enable you to avoid any of the sediment form
f a l l i n g
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t h e
d e c a n t e r .

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Fortified Wines

Wines

Sherry
Jerez

Wines
Port
Port

Douro Port
wines
Vintage port

Ruby portVintage Port

Tawny

White portPort wine


Aperitifs
Vermouth

Dry 185%

Sweet 15 16%
15%
Bitters

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CampariFernet BrancaPicon


Still Spirits

- Rum
Rum


Still Spirits

- Gin
Gin: .
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juniper berry, ,.
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Still Spirits

- Tequila

60.

Tequila: produced from the juice of agave plant mixed


with previously fermented agave juice. Fermented about
2.5 day. Then the mix is double distilled, producing a
clear white tequila. Gold is aged on oak casks for up to
four years.


Still Spirits

- Vodka
Vodka
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Vodka,
Vodka: is clear, colorless, unaged liquor made from ethyl
alcohol from agricultural origin. It was originally made in
Russia from potatoes, but todays vodka, which is almost
odorless and tasteless, is usually made from grain, primarily
barley and wheat, and occasionally from rye.

Whisky

History of Whisky
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UISGE-BEATHA;UISGEBAUGH.
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KEY,KY,
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Whisky

Pure water remains a vital ingredient

Whisky

Peat gives whisky a distinctive smoky reek

Whisky

Drying malted barley in a kiln

Whisky

Making Whisky
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Whisky

Different kinds of Whisky


Malt Whisky

Grain Whisky

Blended Whisky

Main whisky producing countries

Scotland

Ireland

Canada

America

Grape varieties
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
and Pinot Menuier

Best Year

75, 79, 80, 81,


82, 83, 85, 86,
89, 90, 92, 93

Soft Drink ()
Tonic Water
Coca Cola

Diet Coke
Soda Water
Ginger Ale
Sprite

Fanta

Mineral Water ()

Evian

Surgiva

Perrier Lemon
San Pelligrino
Perrier Lime
Surgiva Sparking
Perrier

Juice ()
Orange Juice
Apple Juice
Grape Juice
Tomato Juice

Pineapple Juice
Grapefruit Juice
Carrot Juice
Mango Juice

Watermelon Juice
Cranberry Juice