Hi readers, subscribers, and fellow drink hobbyists!
In the spirit (pun intended) of keeping this a site where people can learn about beverages in a fun manner, we have partnered with an awesome design team and start posting Infographics and other artwork.
We’re still in the process of working out kinks in the site, so in the future, expect the material to be in a separate category.
Meanwhile, today’s topic is for restaurateurs who want to learn how to open a bottle of still wine.
- Still Wine – Wine that doesn’t have bubbles and is not fortified
- Serviette – Waiter’s cloth
- Mise en Place – Literally translated, “to put things in place”… In restaurant terms, this is means all the things that need to be prepared before doing something (in our case, opening a bottle of wine)
For this Infographic, we used a “waiter’s friend”, a corkscrew that fits in any server’s pocket and comes with the actual corkscrew and blade.
Got feedback? Got artwork you want to share? We’d love to hear from you. Cheers!
P.S., the parts about the serviette, gueridon, and host/guest can be omitted by those who just want to open a bottle of wine at home. 😉
Special thanks to the fabulous team of graphikGiraffe