In Palate Press, W. Blake Gray writes about the sparkling wines of Franciacorta.
In his latest Decanter.com column, Andrew Jefford explores points. “It would be naïve to think that scores will ever go away; they won’t. I hope, though, consumers will eventually view them as diversion rather than scripture, trust wine importers and retailers, trust their own palates, and come to realize that there is no ‘best’ in the wine world, only ‘different.’”
“An analysis in the January issue of The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs suggests that martinis and beer may be just as effective at extending life [as wine].” Woo hoo!