Wine Lists Around the City Are Better and More Affordable Than Ever

By Brian Freedman
Add Comment Add Comment | Comments: 3 | Posted Jul. 27, 2011

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“The wine should massage the spirit of the dinner, of the dining experience,” she adds. And no one should have to pay a fortune for that privilege.

Fortunately, you don’t have to anymore.

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1. Anonymous said... on Jul 27, 2011 at 02:56PM

“I'm glad to see you recycle:

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2. Philadelphia Weekly said... on Jul 28, 2011 at 10:01AM

“Good memory! Thankfully it's not the same story.”

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3. Anonymous said... on Jul 28, 2011 at 04:05PM

“Is the editor down the shore?

Wine lists that push people out of their comfort zone, dont cover all the bases and require long table side explanations aren't 'better'. They may be 'interesting' to a few elitists, but so what? A good wine list sells wine, its not a personal manifesto.

Talula's mark ups are the same as anywhere else and their prices are higher. So how are lists cheaper?

This fluff piece has no substance. It is basically an ad for the authors consulting business and should be labelled as 'advertorial' or whatever the term is....”


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