I’ve mentioned it before, but it’s fitting to mention it here: Wine Folly is dangerous. And no, I don’t mean that in a catchy Kenny Loggins, “Danger Zone” way, but in a bad information is toxic danger kind of way. The ultimate problem is that these days, due to the widespread purchases of Wine Folly, I don’t know if people get things wrong because they’re quoting it from that book (as is apparently now the case in other books) or simply because they themselves don’t understand the finer details. This […]
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