The short answer is no, but that isn’t the point. The usually reliable Steve Heimhoff took up this issue last week and fumbled it badly.
When trying to understand a wine and its significance there are four dimensions from which one can draw. There is of course the taste and
Last week Steve Heimoff defended the hype surrounding famous high end wines such as Premier Crus from Bordeaux. What critics of expensive wine fail to
When wine is mentioned in the news (outside the columns of regularly-featured wine writers) the topic is all too often the unreliability of wine reviews.
Few terms in the wine world are more controversial than “terroir“, the French word meaning “of the soil”. “Terroir” refers to the influence of soil
This post from Steve Heimoff got me thinking about how the wine industry steps on its message when writers and salespersons insist that wine tasting