I keep seeing this inference in discussions about subjectivity in wine tasting by people who should know better. Gordon Shepherd makes it in his book
I’m still recovering from the brain cramps I get when trying to fathom the point of Alder Yarrow’s claim that food and wine pairing is
More drivel about wine and subjectivity, in this case, from a Professor of Oenology no less. In an article for US News and World Report
If there is any phrase more common in the wine world I don’t know what it is. “Trust your palate” is everyone’s sage advice about
David White wants wine lovers to relax about those studies purporting to show that even wine experts can be systematically fooled about what their tasting.
Here is a bit of conventional wisdom: Each of us is an expert on what we like and picky eaters are not at fault for