Like anything subjective this is an absurd question.
It’s as if you were turning up to a blind date and the woman you meet bombards you with her list of questions. What’s your favourite movie? What’s your favourite food? If you were stranded on a deserted island with one other person who would it be?
All valid questions , but if you had not already run for the hills, everyone’s answer would be different and to gauge the “right answer” for the suitor you would need a degree in psychology. Let alone restricting your answers to a single response.So to with wine one persons Chateau Margaux is another persons overly drying red wine.
So to break it down despite the subjectivity clause, what is great? And how does the fermented grape juice rise above it’s humble beginnings?
To be great things need to be above the ordinary. Really Sherlock!!
Ordinary wine is simple, lacks intensity, easy to drink but hard to savour… Continue reading at Vintagenomad…