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Do You Hunt Down Wines That You've Read About?

Do You Hunt Down Wines That You've Read About?

I love reading articles about wine almost as much as I love drinking the wine. The best wine writers transport their readers straight to the glass. Often, I'm so inspired that I'll be on the lookout for a particular wine, as I was when I read Jon Bonné's recent story about white wines for Spring. I happened to be shopping at Whole Foods and came across the Hope Estate Hunter Valley Verdelho, so I bought it. I didn't exactly detect "scents of chervil and thyme" as Jon Bonné did, but I certainly enjoyed the piquant wine, and would buy it again. Do you do the same thing?

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insanitypepper insanitypepper 6 years
I usually forget the names of the wines I read about or even most of the ones I've had & enjoyed. Maybe I enjoyed them too much! If an unfamiliar wine looks interesting in the store, I'll look it up on my phone's web browser. And I use an app that stores the names of and my notes about wines I like, so that helps with the forgetfulness.
katieb82981 katieb82981 6 years
I often mean to, but I never do. Then I run across wines that I remember reading about, but I can never remember WHAT it was that I read. Sigh. I should take notes.
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