Three critics' ideas of wine quality
9 Jul 2006 by JR
I’ve been trying to find the time to write about a fascinating session at the recent MW Symposium in Napa in which I was involved, but as it happens it’s now highly relevant to a recent, extremely overheated thread on Mark Squires bulletin board to which Mel Knox kindly drew my attention, with the comment “I have read that you have no interest in starting a feud, but that you do also enjoy playing with matches.”   With hindsight I see what he means. I clearly underestimated the reach of the St Helena Star – and when I made the point that I believe the overwhelming majority of wine drinkers don’t share the tastes of...

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