All your points are, of course, well taken and helpful to those with some level of wine knowledge. I hope you will forgive me, but the new column is not directed toward the converted, but rather to those for whom wine is often a conundrum . . . and also limited to a max. of 700 words a month. Most folks don't even know what grape is in Chablis and usually relate it to jug wine. In fact, most Chablis in a jug isn't even Chardonnay, but rather an insult to Chenin Blanc. So hang in there, try not to get frustrated, and keep reading and commenting.
What about Chenin Blanc? A lot more interesting than Sauvignon Blanc.
Aged Riesling with a little sweetness is also a great pairing with red meat. Try it.
Chardonnay isn't always heavy - Chablis? Bright green fruits and seashells make it lithe and extremely food friendly.
Pinot Noirs are my favorite. Ore., Ca, Fr.
what the hell is wrong with this commnet thingy?
I don't get it.
Is it one of the top five goals (as it seems to be) of Creative Loafing to promote tattoos?
Yea yeah people have them.
We're not blind.
For god's sake.
You and the Tampa Tribune have completely ruined the thought of ever getting a tattoo for at least fifty people I know.
It's so stupid.
You, Ferman putting them in the ad, Tampa trib giving them the front page.
It's weird and it's boring.
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