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Onus on Snooth
When I first saw the announcement that China was calling for international ... ... me anyway, there was little onus to pick up my phone, which is usually in my pocket if not my hand from rising to going to sleep when I am at home. There, my biggest concern was my wine. I was able to focus 100% of my time to making the best wine possible and ... Read More
It's no secret that the new generation of wine drinkers is clamoring for ... reviews and wines? The onus of responsibility, Robinson said, is on the wine critic. They must continue their devotion to wine, “working hard and accurately enough” to earn the trust of readers. Robinson offered a more subtle admonition to wine experts who like to us... Read More
Aug 30, 2014
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My epiphany wine was a 2000 Turley Zinfandel (sorry, don’t remember the ... your own home. Weigh that onus with a regulatory one, such that wine imports were taxed at 30%, add stinging shipping charges, and you have the dreary phenomenon of a liter of, say, Almaden Mountain Burgundy costing $25.00.The wine shopping experience was revelatory, t... Read More
The cork vs. screwcap as a wine bottle closure argument/discussion has been done more than once on these pages. My point here is to encourage some discussion around the merits (or lack-there-of) of arguments in favor of cork as an ethical choice, similar to choosing organic wines, etc.The journalof the Ecological Society Of America published th... Read More
For several years now, I've been tipping 10% on bottles of wine and 20+% on food (depending on service). I feel no more effort is exerted by the servers if I'm drinking a $200 bottle of wine than they would for a $30 bottle. So, why should they, by simple math, profit from one of the highest price point items in the restaurant? Seems going to ... Read More
May 21, 2010
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How long has it been since you ordered a glass of wine in a restaurant and had ... it up to the business. The onus should not be on the customer to prove there's a mistake. It's the business's responsibility to do what they say they're doing."I've always been a guest advocate," he adds. "Their unhappiness is not worth the price of a glass of w... Read More