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The Language of Wine: How Americans Talk About Taste

Daniel Sogg
Issue: May 15, 2001

May 15th, 2001 The Language of Wine: How Americans Talk About Taste Whatever you do, don't tell Ann Noble of the University of California, Davis, that a wine is either masculine or feminine. "There are women bodybuilders, so what does that mean?" asks Noble, a professor of enology who teaches principles of wine sensory evaluation.

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