A Truly Blind Tasting

A recent event hosted by Tuscany's Ornellaia and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum used sensory deprivation to elevate the taste of wine.

A Truly Blind Tasting
Bruce Sanderson (David Yellen)
Oct 15, 2019

A recent event hosted by Tuscan producer Ornellaia and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum takes blind tasting to a whole new level.

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