Wine industry consultant and 'Master of Wine' Tim Hanni in his home in Napa on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Tim Hanni is a legend of wine who coined the flavor term "umami," and is a recovering alcoholic who continues to work in the wine industry. Tim, who recently authored "Why You Like the Wines You Like," has also conceptualized "vinotyping," a way of helping consumers understand their own flavor preferences and sensitivities.
Wine industry consultant and 'Master of Wine' Tim Hanni in his home in Napa on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Tim Hanni is a legend of wine who coined the flavor term "umami," and is a recovering alcoholic who continues to work in the wine industry. Tim, who recently authored "Why You Like the Wines You Like," has also conceptualized "vinotyping," a way of helping consumers understand their own flavor preferences and sensitivities. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Wine industry consultant and 'Master of Wine' Tim Hanni in his home in Napa on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Tim Hanni is a legend of wine who coined the flavor term "umami," and is a recovering alcoholic who continues to work in the wine industry. Tim, who recently authored "Why You Like the Wines You Like," has also conceptualized "vinotyping," a way of helping consumers understand their own flavor preferences and sensitivities. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Maverick wine guru Tim Hanni rethinks the pour

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