Recently, I pointed to success at passing the tasting component of the Masters of Wine exam as evidence that wine tasting and wine quality are
In wine evaluation it seems there are two kinds of judgments that often get confused. In one sort of judgment there is some actual property
The press and the public seem to never tire of the lazy, thoughtless assertion that wine expertise doesn’t exist, that wine quality is just subjective.
My Three Quarks post this month is a somewhat revised version of my two recent posts on Edible Arts exploring whether wine tasting should strive
Whenever wine tasters fall flat on their face the press celebrates by publicizing the fact far and wide claiming it offers proof that wine tasting
Wine writer Jamie Goode raises a key question about wine criticism—should critics allow personal style preferences to influence their judgment? He thinks style preferences inevitably