Jeff Scattini is a writer for the U.N in Bern, Switzerland. He grew up and developed his wine skills in San Francisco, California. He has written for several online publications and in his spare time he travels to wineries, acts, writes short stories, children's tales and comic books, and figures out new wine and food combinations.
Wine is a very particular, complex creature. It has many moods and many incarnations. You can taste the same wine at a vineyard in the summer or on a different continent in winter and the flavor, aroma, and body of the wine will change so drastically, it really isn’t the same wine at all. That being said, a great wine will always be great and a poor wine will always be poor, I’m speaking about how we experience wine can vary with our surroundings.