Tag Archives: Émile Peynaud

Ode To Terrior and Tasting Notes

I hate tasting notes. Okay, maybe that’s too harsh. I dislike tasting notes – intensely. Actually, I’ve written hundreds of tasting notes. I’ve written them on restaurant coasters, on the back of business cards, on program guides, and on god … Continue reading

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Wine Quote of the Day

What It’s All About Great wine has that marvelous quality of immediately establishing communication between those who are drinking it. Tasting it at table should not be a solitary activity and fine wine should not be drunk without comment. There … Continue reading

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Wine Quote of the Day

An ever-expanding collection of our favourite sayings about our favourite drink. December 26, 2006 What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch?  Larson E Whipsnade (WC Fields) in You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man (1939) December 20, 2006 Wine … Continue reading

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