Wine and food matching – random musings
8 Feb 2010 by Jancis Robinson
The admirable Tim Hanni MW of the Napa Valley has been rattling our cages recently – not least by building on his researches into how different all our palates and preferences are. See, for example, his activities and findings at the Masters of Wine Napa Valley Symposium back in 2006 and then, most interestingly, an article in the British national newspaper The Guardian about him entitled Is wine criticism just bunk? I was impressed by the amazing number of really quite heated readers’ comments about it.  The author of the article Oliver Thring (can this be his real name?) concentrated quite a bit on the dark art of...

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