Survey: dates in tasting notes
16 Dec 2013 by Richard Hemming
We have a very brief but important question to ask all members regarding how we handle dates in our tasting notes. Currently, we allow the database to be searched by date of publication - that is, the day on which the note was published on the site. There is a suggestion that we change this to date of tasting - in other words, the day on which the wine was actually tasted. These two dates can differ by some time, so it does make a difference. Ever sensitive to the preferences of all loyal Purple Pagers, we'd appreciate it if you could all share your thoughts by using the survey form below. We are also keen to iron out...

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