Wine words, as we know them, are for every kind of wine imaginable, but how do we raise the vocabulary to match the caliber of a wine? In fact, isn’t it true that the greater a wine the harder it is to describe? Ultimately, we landed on the idea that maybe there was something to personifying a wine. In something so abstract, there is something so tangible. Through tasting, talking and a lively game of Taboo Liz Vilardy and Fanny Katz of Central Bottle, Belly and Blue Room, hope to set your mind free and have you use words you’ve never thought to use to describe wine before. Whether you're willing to admit it now Loire Gamay can be athletic, Alsatian Riesling is like Catherine Deneuve and some Italian Maremma reminds us of a bearded timberman.