This morning I heard Poet Billy Collins give the Creative Keynote at The Symposium for Professional Wine Writers at Meadowood Napa Valley. Many things he had to say about wine and writing resonated deeply with me, but none more than this:
“Obvious joys of wine get buried in the analysis.”
So on that note, it was a pleasure to drink this 2012 Summers Charbono. It’s a red grape rarely seen in California, but has a dedicated fan base aware of its charms. A perfect lunchtime red. Enjoy!
Read a recap from Louise Kiernan:
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