How to Pour Wine:
Peel away foil.
Wipe bottle neck (mostly because it looks good).
Leave the wine glass on the table, and pour using either your right hand or both hands with the wine label clearly visible during the pour. 
Twist the bottle towards the end of the pour to keep wine from dripping (wipe any drips you miss).
(Optional) Fold a wine bottle napkin like this.
Remember:
When opening wine for a guest, whenever possible you should present and pour the wine from the guests right hand side.
When you open a bottle of wine for a guest at a table, after they have tasted and approved the wine, you pour for the other guests moving around the table clockwise.
Keep the “fall” between the opening of the bottle and the bottom of the glass between 6-10 inches, allowing the wine to aerate on the way down).

How to Pour Wine:

  1. Peel away foil.
  2. Wipe bottle neck (mostly because it looks good).
  3. Leave the wine glass on the table, and pour using either your right hand or both hands with the wine label clearly visible during the pour. 
  4. Twist the bottle towards the end of the pour to keep wine from dripping (wipe any drips you miss).
  5. (Optional) Fold a wine bottle napkin like this.

Remember:

  • When opening wine for a guest, whenever possible you should present and pour the wine from the guests right hand side.
  • When you open a bottle of wine for a guest at a table, after they have tasted and approved the wine, you pour for the other guests moving around the table clockwise.
  • Keep the “fall” between the opening of the bottle and the bottom of the glass between 6-10 inches, allowing the wine to aerate on the way down).