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It seems that with most things in life, bigger is considered better . . . In the wine industry, though, conventional wisdom is that ‘smaller is better’ . . . smaller yields, smaller tanks, smaller p buy clomid without prescription resses, smaller case volumes, etc. ‘Smaller’ wineries produce better wine then ‘bigger’ wineries, right? Well, Read more…
Now that I have your attention, I wanted to tell you a bit about one of my favorite hours spent at UC Davis in my Viticulture and Enology study days . . .
There has not been a lot of ‘scientific research’ about matching certain wines with certain foods. Most of the ’common knowledge’ about the subject has been disseminated by wineries themselves, with specific suggestions of which food to pair with their specific wines.
I ‘love’ these two words – Conventional Wisdom – especially when used together to talk about the wine industry! There are MANY conventional wisdoms that folks hold as ‘truths’ or ‘near truths’ just because . . . For instance: