New Yorker Orange Wine Article.

The sentiments of this article will obviously not be shared by everyone (it’s still ok to like different things, I think), but a few of my favorite lines: 

“By their nature, these wines very much open up as they breathe, slowly revealing subtle glories, or else gradually becoming slightly less bad.”


“A wine with a finish like sucking on a grapefruit rind is not a wine to drink for enjoyment. It is a wine to suffer through—the suffering is proof that the drink is morally improving—and then to enjoy talking about. The talking is the proof of the drinker’s good taste.”