Since we learned how to swirl wine last week, today our friend Patrick Cappiello, the wine director at GILT at the New York Palace Hotel, explains what happens after you swirl. The next step is to smell—but why? Patrick explains both why and how to sniff your wine in this video.
'GILT' on Serious Eats
We're excited to introduce a new video series here on Serious Eats: Drinks. Please welcome Patrick Cappiello, the Wine Director at GILT at The New York Palace Hotel, who will be joining us with a few wine tips! In this week's episode, Patrick teaches us how—and why—to swirl a glass of wine, and helps us avoid wine-splashing disaster.
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