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2012: International Wine Challenge – Personality of the Year Award

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Demonstrating why wine isn't necessarily good for you!

Roger Kolbu (from Norway)@The Real Wine Fair

Roger demonstrating here that wine and wine tasting can have peculiar effects, especially if you are tasting in an underground bunker. It remains a mystery why The Real Wine Fair chose such an unnatural and non-wine friendly venue to show off natural wines. It is, however, undoubtedly well suited as a filmset for the remaking of the last days of Hitler hunkered down in Berlin or even a convention of moles.

If the protagonists of the two natural/authentic wine shows are keeping a tally, Isabelle Legeron and her RAW wiped the flor with the Real Wine Fair in terms of venue.


Hervé Lalau said...

Wipe the flor is an expression best suited to Sherry. Laspus linguae? I loaf it anyway.

Jim Budd said...

Flaw Hervé? Exactly there were some Vin de Voile wines@RAW.