Randall Grahm’s Advice for Beginning Wine Drinkers
Question of the week
The question: How come you never say that a wine tastes like grapes?
The answer: Your question reminds me of a line from philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. The great Cambridge mind said (and I’m paraphrasing) that philosophy begins when language goes on holiday. His point was that philosophical problems are in fact largely phantoms of language usage rather than rooted in external truths – word games, in essence. Or at least that’s what I remember from graduate school so many years ago.
Read the rest at the: Globe and Mail.
Happy Wine Wednesday everyone!
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