Taste the wine, not the label

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Taste the wine, not the label | January 24, 10:08 pm   

"If you grew up in the age of television - and that essentially includes us all - you've probably long since learned not to place all your faith in advertising claims. Yet even the most wary wine lover may overlook the possibility of promotional excess on the back label of our wine. Now, a little perspective: This is not a rant, and I'm not likening our friends in the wine-making business to old-style snake oil salesmen. Well, not by much." Source: wineloverspage.com

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