Let it be said that I am an acid freak. I love ripping high acid wines: Loire Chenin Blanc, German Riesling, white Burgundy, Nebbiolo of any sort, Barbera, cool-vintage red Burgundy. I’ll extend that to beers. I have found my … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2010
The Tangled Vine was reviewed in Time Out this week. I’m pretty sure the “Barman” they’re talking about is me, since I’m the only guy who was working behind the bar when the review was written. Check it out here.
Yes, I drink wine as well. An old friend of mine treated me and one of her business associates to some serious drinking last night. When industry people and wine geeks get together, there’s usually some pretty serious drinking. I … Continue reading
Tannin: Not actually this complicated In my work, finding the right glass or bottle of wine for a consumer is mostly an act of translation. Wine professionals use semantic devices to describe attributes in wine. We use them as a … Continue reading