Wine pouring procedure: If the wine is sealed with cork, after opening the bottle, the owner should pour a little bit in his own glass to taste whether there is a bad cork smell. If the taste is not pure, another bottle should be replaced. When pouring wine, the chief guest first, then the other guests. Usually in a clockwise direction, pour the wine one by one on the right side of each guest, and finally pour yourself the wine.
Method of pouring wine: pay attention to the brand facing the guests, not the mouth of the bottle facing the guests, if you pour sparkling wine, you can hold the cup slightly obliquely with your right hand, and slowly pour the wine along the wall of the cup to prevent the carbon dioxide in the wine from quickly dissipating. After pouring a glass of wine, you should quickly turn the bottle mouth half a circle and tilt it upward to prevent the wine from dripping out of the glass.
The amount of wine poured: Brandy only needs to be poured into one third or less; red wine can be poured into more than half a cup. For example, there is a “mostly sample” in the wine appraisal, which means that the wine is poured to three minutes. The second cup is appropriate. There is a saying in Chinese custom that “seven teas and eight wines”, which also refers to the degree to which the tea or wine in tea cups and wine cups should be poured.