Informative Wine Tasting

Informative Wine Tasting

Speech Outline: ARROW outline format
I. Introduction Wine, livening dinner parties since 3000s BC.
A. Attention Grabber-quote, anecdote, demonstration . . . In vino, veritas (In wine, there is truth)
R. Relate topic to audience-why should I care? Classy affair, business meeting, wine is the way to go
R. Relate topic to self-why do you care? Study Abroad, Viniculture
O. Oratorical purpose-central idea To enlighten my audience as to how to properly taste wine
W. What are you going to say-main points of speech. See, Smell, Taste

A. Assertion-first main point, full sentence supporting thesis from above SEE
S. Supporting Material-relevant strong evidence Color
S. Supporting Material-cited source or reference Viscosity
(Transition sentence designed to link main pts)

A. Assertion-first main point, full sentence supporting thesis from above SMELL
S. Supporting Material-relevant strong evidence Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Aromas
S. Supporting Material-cited source or reference Smell of Aged v. New Wine
(Transition sentence designed to link main pts)

A. Assertion-first main point, full sentence supporting thesis from above TASTE
S. Supporting Material-relevant strong evidence Taste buds, Acidity, Tannins, Sweetness
S. Supporting Material-cited source or reference Temperature

III Conclusion ENJOY
R. Review-in past tense main points-restate Central Idea SEE, SMELL, TASTE
I. Instruct-Tell audience what to do with what you just told them Sommelier @ next party
B. Bonder-brief anecdote or quote to leave lasting impression Life is too short to drink cheap wine
S. Solicit Questions. Comment below!

Bibliography:
Listing of at least 3 outside sources support points made in Body of speech.
https://www.winetasting.com/wine-tasting

How to Taste Wine


http://winefolly.com/tutorial/how-to-taste-red-wine/

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