That I have a keen interest in all three. Through this blog however, I invite you to explore one of my true passions: the world of wine. I have a knack for finding true gems which allows me to explore beyond the established flavor boundaries, re-educating and expanding my own palate. True gems for me represent quality wines of any varietal or blend from any region in the world at affordable prices. I am a wine enthusiast; some may say I am a wine philosopher, or perhaps just a Vinopath. I am currently serving as the wine resident for Harvard Neighbors at Harvard University. I have taught wine classes and led wine tasting in Argentina, Canada, England, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain and of course in the USA. Nevertheless, I am intent on providing a thorough representation of my own palate and sharing my views about the wines I taste for the benefit of other wine enthusiasts, friends and Family in particular.
Code of Ethics
I believe that everyone deserves a thoroughly pleasant experience while visiting this blog. Everyone deserves an opportunity to express their views on any topic discussed in this blog regardless of who they are and regardless of their views in topics discussed in this forum. I will also write only about my own experience while reporting on wines I have tasted and I will not get my views be influenced by factors other than my palate and my wallet. I shall adhere to the this Code of Ethics and I request that all visitors, contributors, and volunteers will do the same.
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