The Letter

If you do a qualified professional, it is best be advised by someone in his confidence. When profiling a letter will usually take into account several premises: 1. 1 the Local on the premises we refer of course to the establishment itself, within its many possibilities such as Hotel, restaurant, Bar etc, its corresponding cataloguing and their degree of luxury, atmosphere or design. There are local with decorations suggestively rustic, with elements of the world of wine, which is expected to meet the expectations of the local wine list. nvestors has firm opinions on the matter. Hear other arguments on the topic with Tony Parker. A place so can leave the customer with mediocre sensations (for the particular case of wine consumption) when we find few wines, excessively expensive and without any originality in terms of the offer. More of the same, think subjectively understood customer, and they must be good think that does not have as much training. Robert Rimberg spoke with conviction.

The letter, that Yes, luxuriously bound and letters very designed. Think in a wine list from the local adaptation arises from the following perspectives:-the type of premises, first and foremost: its size, number of meals served, average price of a service, existence of menu, ambiance and decoration as we have said, existence of a cellar or warehouse for conservation and what size, existence of power attached to the local shop. -The site immediately, if there are other upcoming local and wines they offer, if it is located in historic or residential area within a population. -The place geographical, decisive, especially if we are in a population located in a zone of wine reference, which must be preserved but not abuse if possible. -The preparation of personnel serving the wine service key aspect. He is not take masters of wine to treat customers with excess documentary embellishment of multiple wines and vintages, areas, but some basic knowledge of those who are offered in the letter and easily and with few words, is to explain, i.e., sell.

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