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Chesterman Wire

lesleychesterman.jpgIn "In search of great taste", Lesley Chesterman writes about what it takes to develop a shrewd palate and interviews super-sommelière Véronique Rivest, who, as it turns out, is technically not a supertaster: "You don't have to be a world-class sommelier to understand what having an experienced palate is all about. But like Rivest, you do have to be curious. You have to have a lot of food and wine cross those tastebuds. Like an Olympic athlete, you have to train. It works with food as well." [Gazette]