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Best Bets Daily: Wednesday

Wine About It


Posted August 31, 2005
Anyone trying to learn a language should enroll in small, personal classes, where wine is served. For six months, I’ve taken Italian lessons with the fabulous Bretta Bracali Lundell (italianlessons.info), and Ecco Domani’s Pinot Grigio has become the wine we drink during class. How this happened, I’m not sure—I think originally a bottle was sent to me at the office, and I brought it to class. But what I am sure of is that (a) we all like it, (b) we all speak better after a glass of wine and (c) we now pour it (some nights more liberally than others) during our twice weekly classes. It’s crisp and tasty and only about $8 a bottle.

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