When it comes to wine skeptics, the most common fear is undoubtedly rooted somewhere in the French aisle. American wines aim to be consumer-friendly. Not so much when it comes to France. The labels are tricky, the prices steep and for new wine drinkers, terroir can be an acquired taste. Learning to love French wine is easy, it’s understanding it that can be a...
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