The concept of terroir generates lots of disagreement in the wine world. (“Terroir “ is the French word that refers to the claim that the
It is a cold, hard fact that many wine lovers will never taste most of the world’s best wines—they are simply too expensive for most
The Wine Spectator’s Matt Kramer wonders why good wine lovers tell bad lies. If You Like It, It Is Good. This is, without question, the
According to a recent study, when loud music is playing, alcohol tastes sweeter and we more easily misjudge alcoholic strength. If you have spent much
In one sense, the United States drinks a lot of wine. Last spring we passed France as the largest wine consuming country in the world.
Calvin Trillin has a very funny article in Slate in which we learn that wine geeks figure prominently on an index of some importance: The