Making the Language of Wine More Inclusive
Often, the vocabulary of wine is only accessible to people who have the time and money to learn it.
This is Through the Grapevine, a column by Meg Bernhard about wine and power.
How are you? What is your job? Are you going to the beach this summer?
Nuestras parejas son espejos
bodylegssauv blancpinot gris
CepaPie americanoViña espalderaLa crianzavendimiacosecharecogida
“An expressive bouquet with powerful aromas of blueberries, black cherries, plums and sweet spices. Very full bodied wine with velvety tannins and round on the palate, it has very concentrated flavours of ripe forest fruits and integrated oak.”
San Francisco Chronicle
Meg Bernhard is a writer from California's Inland Empire who spent several years living in Spain and Belgium. She's written for the Los Angeles Times, The New Yorker, the Virginia Quarterly Review, Guernica, and others. An essay she wrote for Hazlitt about finding meaning in shared grief will be published in the 2021 Best American Travel Writing anthology. She is currently working on a book about wine and power.
Enter your email address to receive notifications for author Meg Bernhard
Confirmation link sent to your email to add you to notification list for author Meg Bernhard
More by this author
More in this series
Sure, sometimes she went a little overboard, trying to kill the executives rather than merely destroying their empires . . . but she had the right idea.
Your Friend Group Should Look Like the Cast of a Twenty-Something Drama (and Other Myths About Millennial Friendship)
New responsibilities clogged up phone lines and changed what used to be lifelines—how were we supposed to maintain our relationships?