Wine Folly’s New Book Pairs Data With Your Drink

SEATLLE WEEKLY | “We’re in the midst of the intense geekification of Seattle: As more and more tech workers flock to the city, appealing to their styles and sensibilities has become big business. Yet the language of wine has always been poetry; those inclined to make a pun might say something about purple prose. There’s no doubt that a glass of grand cru Champagne or properly aged Barolo can turn even a relatively stoic sort into a modern-day Omar Khayyam, yet often that very language is opaque and off-putting to many, especially wine neophytes. Those seeking factual information have often been confronted with dense tomes more suitable for scholars than social drinkers.”
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