How to be as Refined as the Wines at a Tasting
But not all at one sitting, of course. On the other hand, you can sample a good bit of it at one “standing,” especially if you’re willing and able to spit as you go.
Many cities have several public tastings every year, and some retail outlets seem to have ramped up the number of sampling tables, especially on Fridays and Saturdays, when a savvy consumer basically could use these stops for their happy-hour imbibing before going out to
So Bill Ward from the Star Tribune has created a not-to-do-list for public tastings, especially the big ones.
Visit The Merced Sun-Star to read his list.