Fourth of our five-part Grape Study in Feb/Mar
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Wines poured Jan 2021-Jan 2022.
A lil link roundup of stuff I like that’s live on the site if you’re looking for a cheat sheet.
Atlas Entry: Jura
A regional profile of the Jura
Class Recap: “Burgundy Made by Farmers”
Two remote interactive tastings in the third week of July, 2021.
“If Not Burgundy, Then Where?”
Show notes for an in-person tasting at Rule of Thirds in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on Monday, 11.8.2021.
Class Recap: “Crossing the Rhine”
Alsace may be in France, but it faces Germany. There is sausage, and coq au vin made with riesling, and grape varieties named on the labels of your tall, fluted wine bottles. Across the Rhine, Baden grows a bunch of grape varieties whose names mean “from Burgundy”. Württemberg drinks juicy, glou-glou red from a grapeContinue reading “Class Recap: “Crossing the Rhine””
Languages of Taste
How do we talk about wine, and to what end? Is it to remember what we’ve tasted, or to describe our experiences to others? To give, or receive, recommendations for something that the person asking might like? To to communicate luxury or prestige, to sell a product? To evaluate quality? Here are some (genuine) examplesContinue reading “Languages of Taste”