In today's modern life, wine considered as the essential element of human spirit has executed an important role in our social world and daily life. A bottle of great wine not only resembles a finest artistry, but also facilitates exciting experiences, which are capable of cultivating people's temperament and enriching our material and spiritual life. In fact, wine has been consumed in the western world for thousands of years. The European Union even legislatively regulates that the term, "wine", can only refer to the product, which is naturally fermented from freshly crushed grapes. Wine can be classified by their color as red wine, white wine and rose wine. Moreover, the classification and sale of wine in many regions of the world can be categorized as "old-world region" and "new-world region". The new-world region generally covers all the non-European wine regions where wine is mostly classified by grapes, including the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Argentina... etc. The ole-world region refers to the European wine regions where wine has been developed for centuries and has been classified by their appellations, including France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal... etc. Comparatively speaking, there have not been many records of wine consuming in Chinese history. However, the behaviors related to alcohol consuming certainly had their impacts on the development of Chinese culture. Therefore, by understanding the history of wine development, analyzing the roles of wine tasting in both Eastern and Western culture, comparing their differences from the perspectives of individualism/collectivism, power distance, uncertainty avoidance, sexism/feminism and delineating the knowledge of wine tasting, this research aims to be the bridge that connects the leisure activities to the world of wine for people in Taiwan and, in turn, to promote a delicate life in this modem time.