You’ve got to hand it to Wine Spectator executive editor Thomas Matthews. First, his magazine gets caught red-handed giving an Award of Excellence to a restaurant that not only doesn’t exist, but whose make-believe wine list features many of the lowest-scoring wines ever to be rated by Wine Spectator (“Smells like bug spray” concludes the review of one vintage; “Just too much paint thinner and nail varnish character,” reads another). Then he made it worse by declaring that the magazine had ...
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