Zach Geballe is a sommelier, writer, podcaster, and entrepreneur in Seattle with his wife, dog, and more bottles of wine and spirits than he cares to count. If you ask him what his favorite wine is, he’ll groan, tell you that’s an impossible question to answer, and then grudgingly say “Champagne.” You can find him on various social media platforms, where he abuses the #sommlife hashtag.
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