Wine: Taking the heat out of the tasting experience
Too cold, white wine can lose its flavour; too warm, red wine becomes overly rich. So how do we get the temperature right?
She was a wonderful lady, my childhood babysitter. Since both my maternal and paternal grandmothers lived outside the county, she filled that nana-shaped void in my heart.
I fondly recall the solid fuel stove in her kitchen, where lumps of turf would routinely be deposited as if feeding a steam locomotive.
She was an industrious woman, constantly on the move. Yet the house’s heat levels would reach near-volcanic ferocity when you added in an open...
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