When I started thinking philosophically about food and wine many years ago, one of the first things I noticed was that the wine world had
“Regenerative agriculture,” the new buzzword in viticulture practices, is already being “misused, abused and diminished by growers, winemakers and wine writers across the world,” writes
Are technological developments robbing wine of its authenticity? asks Vicki Denig in Wine Searcher. That depends on what you mean by that troubled word “authenticity.”
I’m not sure what to say about Lettie Teague’s recent article in the Wall St. Journal entitled “Why is Alcohol in Wine a Taboo Subject?”
The ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus not only gave his name to the enjoyment of food and wine. He thought deeply about the nature of pleasure
Are some wines works of art? Most philosophers would say no. Works of art are artifacts designed by human beings to express or represent something.