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… flavor should be. The traditionalist notion that great wine must be made from very ripe grapes, filtered, and heavily oaked is itself a kind of dogma. There is no neutral ground called “flavor” that defines what flavor is and our various ideologies inevitably influence our judgments. The attitude I find most disturbing is one expressed by Matt Kramer…
Meritage time! Let’s start with the answer to the wine quiz #112: Grape Trivia – Müller-Thurgau. In the quiz, you were supposed to answer 5 questions about the white grape called Müller-Thurgau. Here are the questions, now with the answers: Q1: Which country is not known to produce Müller-Thurgau wines: a. Australia, b. England, c. Hungary, d. South Africa, e. United States A1: South Africa.