People are often of the opinion that the concept of assigning a score to a wine is at best a parlor trick and at worst, utter bullshit. How can something that’s supposed to be “alive” be graded? Is there such a thing as a baseline when this is in theory a completely moving target? I get why people ask these questions given that there are a great many randos blasting 95+ points out of a nail gun to draw attention to themselves. Or then there are wine awards that just […]

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