Serge Hochar 2/17/11

“Once somebody knows something, they realize they know nothing”

“Life is based on the philosophy of slowness.”

“Wine has lost the dimension of a product. It has become a companion. It is linked to memory.”

“I don’t care about fruit! If I wanted fruit, I would have eaten it! It’s about combination.”

“My aim is to be happy.”

“When I make wine, there are so many details. It is incredibly puzzling. I love puzzles.”

“I have no preferences. You are asking me to choose between my children.”

“I try to striptease my wine.”

“If it’s not a lady, why would I answer?”

“My first red wine is my white wine.”

“With 50 years of tasting, I taste different that I used to.”

“I hope that feeling of happiness will be in you.”

Serge Hochar of Chateau Musar, Hearth Restaurant, New York, New York, February 17th, 2011

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