The Rainbow of Wine

Black, yellow, orange, blue, red, pink, grey… it’s a long list for a drink that truly covers the whole spectrum. It’s a matter, first and foremost, of interpretation rather than perception: the colour codes we give to wine are more than a mere colour chart, even an approximate one; they arise out of a certain custom and a very particular social context…

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