Two New York Times restaurant critics, Peter Wells and Tejao Ral, explain how they decide what to order when they go to a restaurant. (It’s
Author: Dwight Furrow
Krug Champagne Gets the Connection Between Music and Wine
There are many wineries who go to the trouble of carefully choosing music for their tasting room that complements their wines. Wine and music pairing
What Kind of Wine Knowledge is Valuable?
ChatGPT, the Large Language Model invented by Open AI recently passed the Advanced Sommelier Exam (along with several AP Exams, a bar exam, GRE’s, the
Wine and the Missing Aesthetic Experience
In the wine world, the people with tasting skills, wine knowledge, and access to the best wines are buried in tasting notes, scores and ratings,
What if Plato Had Been a Foodie?
Philosophers explore a wide range of questions but the core questions that form the foundation of a philosophical education are “Is the world really there?”
More Nonsense on Wine and Art
In an otherwise interesting comparison between the fine wine market and the market for fine art, the wine research institute Areni Global claims that wine