Tasting - differences of opinion
14 Apr 2004 by JR
Karl Coveney, UK: I currently buy my wine through a reputable merchant and many of the tasting notes for Bordeaux 2003 documented by a MW employed by them seem to be considerably different to your notes. For example, they say Grand Puy Lacoste is a 'typical Pauillac while you say the opposite and the same goes for Lynch Bages. I think this is cause for concern that two MW's can have such different opinions. Can you comment on why this might be - perhaps the fact that you're not selling wine and find it easier to be honest while the other is running a...

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