A complex situation for wine drinkers (NZ)
Complexity is somewhat of a loaded term. On the one hand it suggests something intricate with the power to provoke reflection: on the other, something hard to understand and potentially perplexing. It’s often used as a positive descriptor for wines, albeit in an often ambiguous way. What makes certain wines provoke more thought is a matter up for debate, writes Jo Burzynsca in The New Zealand Herald.