Leff's Sixth Law says: "If you're analyzing what you're eating, that means you're not eating something truly great."
Here's a corollary. At wine tastings, don't listen to what people say or read what they write. Disregard how they themselves rate and rank the wines. Tune all that out, and pay attention only to two things:
1. How much they write about each wine
Great wines provoke shorter, less analytical descriptions.
2. How much wine they've left in each glass
The empty glasses are the wines you want to know about.
- ► 2016 (202)
- ► 2015 (130)
- ► 2014 (147)
- Spain Has No Paella Problem
- Sweet Deal on the Best Portable Vacuum
- Trader Joe's Dark Chocolate Lover's Chocolate Bar
- Comparative Fairfield County Whole Belly Clam Surv...
- Hanauer Economics
- Miracles, Paste Wax, and Eccentricity
- You Do Not Have a Gluten Allergy
- Knee-Jerk Outrage
- Playing With My Toy Cars
- Remembering Professor Sharpless
- Depression Resuscitation Kit
- Intelligence, Wisdom, Creativity
- Busted For Being Under the Legal Limit
- Wine Corollary to Leff's Sixth Law
- Leff's Sixth Law
- ▼ June (17)
- ► 2012 (209)
- ► 2011 (193)
- ► 2010 (175)
- ► 2009 (239)