Between Narince and Nerello Mascalese?

Judging at #MundusVini – and a Georgian wine focus By Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com  March 4 2018 It was an intense three-day period of tasting at the Mundus Vini wine competition. I discovered new grapes and made new friends, and it was fun to see many old friends and fellow judges in my fourth year […]

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On wine tasting and objectivity

Too oaky? Too green? Does it depend on the taster? By Panos Kakavatos for wine-chronicles.com  4 February 2017 At a tasting lunch in New York City recently organized by the Wine Media Guild and specifically by my dear friend in wine tasting Mark Golodetz, we went through various bottles of Grand Puy Lacoste, Branaire Ducru and Smith […]

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