We come to that time of year for the “100 Best Wines in the Whole Universe” or other similarly-named yet no less grandiose summaries in wine publications. Obviously, they’d be more aptly named, “The Best Wines we tasted in 2019”, “The Best Wines less than a $10 Uber from our office”, or even more succinctly, “A couple of things knocked back recently that were quite alright” but that doesn’t move copies. Every year, I taste wines from far and wide around the world, but on no level would I make […]

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