My Three Quarks column this month is an amalgamation of my several posts on the effects of the coronavirus on the world of food and
We typically don’t think of wine tasting as an imaginative activity. But imagination is an important part of appreciation and is crucial to wine writing.
Installment two of my series on wine language, entitled Fleshy With a Bad Attitude: Metaphor and Wine Tasting Notes, is up at Three Quarks Daily.
Wine writers, especially those who write wine reviews, are often derided for the flowery, overly imaginative language they use to describe wines. In my Three
Cross-posted at Three Quarks Daily. It’s the holiday season and time to think about presents for the budding wine lover in your life. Of course,
Wine importer Terry Thiese’s wonderful book What Makes a Wine Worth Drinking: In Praise of the Sublime raises many philosophical issues. For Theise, wine has