Do wine scores miss the point?

by Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com  3 February 2021 When I look at how I scored wines about 10 years ago, the scores were more conservative. Many more wines were rated between 88 and 92, and that was just swell. For a while, I never gave any wine 100 points, because perfection can be boring. 99 […]

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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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