Wine lovers can enjoy their favorite drink in a variety of settings. At home alone while wearing sweatpants, at a bar dressed fancy for a night out, at someone’s house while chatting with a group of friends, or at dinner while on a date. Wine always feels appropriate. That being said, when you drink it often enough, you’re liable to become familiar with some of the troubles that can present themselves from time to time. Rest assured, the pros of being a wine enthusiast outweigh the cons, but these are some of the struggles that rear their inconvenient heads on occasion.
Ordering wine & getting a significantly smaller pour than you’re used to
Drinking at home provides the glorious opportunity to indulge, doing things like filling up oversized glasses liberally. However, when you go out to drink, you’ll often find that the pourer of your wine wants to be bashful with their serving, giving you an unacceptable, unforgivable little baby ration.Agree or disagree?
People expect you to know all the terms to describe the taste of your wine
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If you do that’s fine and dandy, but some people just learn to love wine without knowing what oaky or full-bodied means. There are self-taught pianists who can’t read music, so why shouldn’t you be allowed to drink wine without knowing a bunch of descriptions?Agree or disagree?
When you’re dieting, it's not food that derails you, it's wine
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Sure, they’ll tell you that a glass of red wine actually has some health benefits, but what’s one glass of wine? One typically leads to a second, and possibly a third, then suddenly it’s all gone, and as great as some antitoxins are, surely that entire bottle was overkill.Agree or disagree?
Trying to stay awake specifically so that you can drink more wine
It’s a shame that two magnificent aspects of life, wine and sleep, can’t be experienced simultaneously. Sadly, sometimes you’ll find yourself staving off sleepiness so you can spend a little more time with the bottle.
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