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May 2014
The unscrupulous adulteration of wines has a long history
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April 2014
Does anyone aside from me now read the poetry of Leonard Welsted? If Welsted is mentioned at all today, it is usually in the context of book three of The Dunciad, where he was memorably mocked in a parody of
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March 2014
The taciturn John Locke's unexpected love of Château Haut-Brion
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January/February 2014
Plato attempted to divorce wine-drinking and pleasure and to conscript wine to “worthy” purposes. Thank goodness no one listened to him
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