Co-authored by Michael Fontaine, Associate Professor of Classics at Cornell University
Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast - these are jus...
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No matter how apt, wine remarks can become clichéd. The challenge -- for writers aiming for a wide range of readers -- seems to lie in crafting crisp descriptions not laden with insider jargon. Wine writing need not be esoteric.
There are many abbreviations in the English language, but few have enjoyed the full-on adoption of terms like OMG (oh my God). So what in the heck are OMG wines?
There's nothing wrong with starting on White Zin and inexpensive German wines.
Almost all wine scoring systems purport to reflect the quality of a particular bottle of wine. Wine reviewers like to fool themselves, some very effec...
Before the economic meltdown of 2008, there seemed to be a barrier between wine as a part of our eating culture, and wine as a central prop for having the right "label" to show off.
I have become almost addicted to Laetitia's sparkling Brut Rose.
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