THE FOOD SEEN 012318: The New Wine Rules with Jon Bonné

 

On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we drink the rainbow with Jon Bonné, a writer, whose career has spanned the globe in search of fermentable grapes. Posting time as the San Francisco Chronicle's wine editor, a deep, contemporary look at wine coming from the Golden State for his book, "The New California Wine: A Guide to the Producers and Wines Behind a Revolution in Taste", Senior contributing editor for PUNCH, and most recently, publishing "The New Wine Rules", a guide on how to drink better through 89 quaffable tips: a good wine-store employee is your best friend, a wine’s price rarely reflects its quality, you can’t judge a label like you used to, acidity might be the most important quality in wine, texture might be the second most important quality in wine … and if all else fails: bubbles!

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*photo by Erik Castro

*photo by Erik Castro

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