Postmodern Winemaking

 

Pressing Matters: A Postmodern Tale

July 2011
 
by Clark Smith
 
Post-World War II winemaking has hosted more alterations in wine production practices than the previous six millennia combined. Surely, we imagine, this has got to be a good thing. But to declare that we have actually progressed requires that what was gained outweighs what was lost.
 

 
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