Friday, February 15, 2013
A great post by Matt Kramer on some of the mysteries of wine. 

Burgundy’s greatest red wines, always 100 percent Pinot Noir, somehow offer another dimension. Somehow, in some way, that seemingly mystical missing “1” that makes 2 + 2 equal 5 is always present. What is its source?

Here’s a longer look at his NZ speech (and some heated somewhat interesting comment-debate below).

A great post by Matt Kramer on some of the mysteries of wine. 

Burgundy’s greatest red wines, always 100 percent Pinot Noir, somehow offer another dimension. Somehow, in some way, that seemingly mystical missing “1” that makes 2 + 2 equal 5 is always present. What is its source?

Here’s a longer look at his NZ speech (and some heated somewhat interesting comment-debate below).

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