What Does “A Good Year” Mean for Wine?

Robert Camuto, author of Corkscrewed, explains the difference between a good year for growing grapes and a good year for drinking wine. What’s good for the grapes is not automatically good for the drinker, until it is. And then it’s good and gone.

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