Is anybody here an experienced wine taster? I'm just starting to really get into it and think I've reached my first milestone (I can now tell good wine from bad wine). With regards to tasting, how does one learn to identify what they're tasting in a wine? How can you pick apart the taste into separate components? For example, I read these notes on a wine message board: I can tell fruit from wood, but how can you tell if you're tasting strawberries, wild strawberries, raspberries, etc. I can't figure it out. Maybe my taste buds just aren't sensitive enough? Maybe most people are looking for (and finding) things they're "supposed" to be finding as opposed to what they actually think? Any recommendations on how to develop my wine tasting skills?