The art of wine tasting
15 Jun 2005 by JR
Robert Kibble, Slough: I have two questions regarding wine tasting. Firstly, when tasting wines a second time, do you find your scores are consistent?  I've often wondered about the precision of scores (especially when they're out of 100) and questioned how much someone can be that accurate. The only way to tell would be to try again blind and confirm that the scores are the same.  Do you often find yourself tasting the same wines within a short-enough period that neither your tastes nor the wines have changed? Secondly, when tasting wines, do you find that some are more suited for tasting than actually drinking ie they have...

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