The Cart before the Horse

Practical Matters: Storing Wine

Task saturation. The first time I heard the term was at a keynote address given by Jim ‘Murph’ Murphy, an M15 fighter pilot. If you’re not familiar with the term, it’s when you have way too much to do with nowhere near the time in which to do it. So what happens? You begin to focus on just one thing and inevitably begin overlooking the obvious or ignoring opportunities. And it’s because of task saturation that I am now preempting tonight’s scheduled session to do a special edition of Got Knowledge.

About DeniZe

“Multitalent” doesn’t begin to describe the phenomenon that is DeniZe. A trained singer, conductor, actress and public speaker, DeniZe lived in Europe for an extended period before returning to her roots in the heart of Long Island’s burgeoning winegrowing region.
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One Response to The Cart before the Horse

  1. Sonny says:

    Interesting – I knew that temperature was important but never really thought about the importance of storage. Thanks for simply explaining the why and how to store. As always I came away with something new.

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