As a rehash, the whole “100 points scale” that Robert Parker “invented” is actually a 50-100 point scale that’s based upon the American educational grading system. So in essence, the lowest score a wine could receive would be 50 points although even that’s a reach. A scant number of times, I’ve tasted a wine I gave 78 points to because it was patently undrinkable. So, I don’t know what a 50-point wine (28 points less than the worst wine I’ve tasted) would actually consist of but I’m assuming it would […]

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