Last week in response to my commentary on Jon Bonne’s article, which had a brief discussion of wine flaws, commenter Eric, who is apparently a
This recent article by Zachary Sussman in Punch provides a much needed corrective to what has become a cliché that winemakers do nothing except let
Stats wizard David Morrison has a compelling argument that scores between wine critics cannot be compared except in the rare case in which two critics
In my 3 Quarks column this month I argue that our obsession with smooth textures limits the expressiveness of wine.
What is going on when we evaluate a wine (or book, film, or musical work for that matter). Here is one way of conceptualizing it.
When drinking fine wine, we tend to focus on the intensity and complexity of aromas, the lushness of the texture, how refined the tannins feel,