Ever caught yourself saying this: “Why does my wine inventory (stock) levels vary so much from my POS recorded sales?”
For bars and pubs pouring wine by the glass, inventory discrepancies is pretty much accepted as a wine whinge, par for the course. Luckily it doesn’t have to be like this.
There is a flaw in using the white plimsoll line marked on the side of a wine glass. While lines make clear cut boundaries on the sports field or in a car park, the same can not be said for wine glasses.
Unlike spirits, there is no (in either the USA, or Australia) legal requirement for what a measure of wine should be, just some guidelines. So the question remains, what is a standard wine measure?
Before you know it, the silly season will have begun, and you’ll be left wondering what you’re going to serve your thirsty friends and guests for those all-day celebrations. Enter the low Alcohol by Volume (ABV) drink
But what about cocktails? You may be surprised to learn there's more to mixed drinks than aperitifs and digestifs!