I haven’t been in a wine shop since late last year. But back in the day when it was permissible to be inside a room
I have no particular axe to grind with regard to wine scores. Consumers seem to like them because they are convenient. However, there is no
Stats wizard David Morrison has a compelling argument that scores between wine critics cannot be compared except in the rare case in which two critics
In an otherwise reasonable post about whether wine scores should take into account the price of the wine, Decanter’s Andrew Jefford makes a comment that
When wine is mentioned in the news (outside the columns of regularly-featured wine writers) the topic is all too often the unreliability of wine reviews.
The latest brouhaha about wine scores erupted shortly after Christmas when The Wine Advocate, arguably the most influential wine review publication, released its latest assessment