I’m always game to try something unusual when it comes to wine. On this blog you’ll see as much Baga as Bordeaux, as much Tannat as Tuscany, and more Mourvèdre than Merlot and Malbec combined. So you know when I had a chance to taste a Tempranillo Blanco, I was all over it. That’s [...]
I recently finished reading Liquid Memory: Why Wine Matters by Jonathan Nossiter, better known for his controversial film Mondovino. The book, like the film, is full of opinions, strongly held and stridently stated.
The central idea of the book is that “wine is among the singular repositories of memory known to man.” [...]