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Posted by BadWolf10, Jun 5, 2013.

Hello there! I am new to wine, but got interested when I joined my belly dance troupe. Our favorite thing to do is practice new dances while drinking wine. So I have decided I need to know more about it!


Reply by EMark, Jun 5, 2013.

Welcome, BW10.  I'm sure you will learn a lot here.  What kind of wines do you like?

I also need wine to dance.  I have this idea that it makes me a great dancer, but, in reality, that is not and was never true. 


I hope it is working for you.

Reply by JenniferT, Jun 7, 2013.

Hi! I went to a belly dancing recital once to watch my sister. It was actually pretty neat. But like EMark, I personally find that wine (or beer, or multiple drinks) is requisite for dancing.  

I can really imagine wine and belly dancing going together, especially when I envision myself in her shoes.

I recently joined snooth and I really have been learning a lot here. I hope you enjoy it too.

Hope to hear more from you. Till then, have fun dancing like nobody is watching. :) 



Reply by Richard Foxall, Jun 9, 2013.

Wine gets you dancing, then dancing makes you want to drink more wine.  This sounds like an idea for a profitable business... I'm also thinking that salty snacks make you want to drink, and drinking lowers your resistance to salty snacks.  I've heard they have something like this in Spain. ;-)

We have a Moroccan restaurant down the street that used to have belly dancers, but since they put big windows in the front, I don't think I have seen them.  No doubt that belly dancing is one tough exercise and a good way to build up a thirst.  Don't forget to drink water, too, but my recommendation for now is to start with crisp whites and dry roses. 

Does your troupe perform or is this recreational? 

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