A Matter of Taste 

Local wine stores offer the best in continuing education

Local wine stores offer the best in continuing education

In the recent food issue of the New Yorker, Calvin Trillin wrote a fascinating essay on how some “experts,” when doing truly blind tastings (where the wine cannot be seen before tasted), are unable with perfect certainty to tell their reds from their whites.

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