The Internet has “shrouded [wine] in ignorance”

“The Internet has changed the way we think about wine. Once shrouded in mystery, it’s now shrouded in ignorance.”

That’s in the latest post from Hosemaster of Wine. Needless to say, I think it has been a huge net (pun intended) positive, since increasingly knowledgable consumers posting online is one of the most exciting things about the wine world today. BS be gone! But click through for context; it’s funny.

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