The Feiring Line

Alice Feiring has made a name for herself as a somewhat controversial, straight-talking wine writer who calls them as she sees them. I can't say I always agree with Alice, but that's not the point of this great pursuit of ours. After all, having differences of opinion makes us human and gives us something to talk about.

We all think of Muscadet as summer wine, so it may seem odd to be reading about it today in frigid temps and looking out on snowfields, but this may be our last chance. Not to sound alarmist -- I'll leave that to Alice -- but her story on Muscadet does make one want to do something: get out there and join the intrepid farmers or something. Well, what we all can do is read Alice's compelling article, and drink more Muscadet.

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