It doesn’t have to be cold to enjoy these bottles
A short time after the Chicago restaurant Maple & Ash opened late last year, sommelier-in-residence Scott Tyree got the coldest shoulder of his career from a customer. According to Tyree’s recounting of the incident on Facebook, it went like this:
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