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Munching Vidal Blanc on Keuka Lake, New York
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If wine gives you a headache, it’s probably all in your head. First off, I’m not a doctor. I just sell wine. Yet more customers want me to diagnose their wine-related brain freeze than anything other question. Secondly, you’re not … Continue reading →
After two more days, I am ready to stop fermentation. My wine tastes mindblowingly perfect. At 1.020 specific gravity, I have 10% alcohol and 2.5% residual sugar: as mathematically pure and balanced as the Parthenon, the Fibonacci Sequence and espresso. … Continue reading →