higher alcohol content
What do wine legs tell you about the wine? The prominence of legs wine tasting hong kongin a glass generally indicates higher alcohol content, and thus a richer texture and fuller body. That's why they're especially prominent in fortified wines and high-proof spirits.
Wine is primarily "tasted" with the nose.
When a wine is swirled, literally hundreds of different aromas are released, the subtlety of which can only be detected with the nose. By swirling, a wine's aromas attach themselves to oxygen (and are thus less masked by alcohol) and are easier to smell.
An average bottle of red wine (3.6 rating) costs $15.66 USD while a very good bottle of wine (4.0 rating) costs $32.48 USD, on average. And even better wines become exponentially more expensive as you can see in the chart below.