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Do I Contradict Myself?

Matt Kramer
Issue: March 31, 2002

Columnists, like teenagers, consider themselves models of clarity. Others beg to differ. A participant in Wine Spectator's Web site forums noted a recent column where I inveighed against the radical filtration technique called reverse osmosis, which literally deconstructs wine, so as to allow a winemaker to remove excess water or alcohol.

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