Learn How to Read a Wine Bottle From An Expert Sommelier
Even if you know some of the basics, picking the right bottle at the store is a daunting task. What is the actual difference between older and newer wines? If you like a wine from one region, will others from the same region taste the same? Does the alcohol percentage tell you anything besides how drunk you’ll get? You might not be able to judge a book by its cover, but you can learn a lot about a wine by deciphering its label. To sort through it all, we spoke with Cedric Nicaise, Wine Director at Eleven Madison Park.
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