In Part 1, I converted boring wine review to fun and informative Limerick.
How else to convey a wine's characteristics outside the traditonal format?
What would you say to a Haiku review?
Original review: Lustau ‘Papirusa’ Light Manzanilla Sherry, non-vintage ($8) - Lustau Papirusa is a delicate, dry wine that makes an ideal aperitif. This light straw colored Sherry contains subtle hues of brown and almost shimmers in the glass. Unique, 'non-wine' scents of almond, bread dough and salt will pique your curiosity. Papirusa is very light-bodied and has a tangy taste, followed by roasted nut flavors and a long, woody finish. An extremely well made wine at a low price. Try it with shellfish, roasted almonds or Serrano ham.
Review rewritten as a Haiku:
Gist is the same, but far fewer words. I'm still looking for investors to help me publish
'The Big Book of Wine Review Haiku'