Differences of opinion re Priorat
27 Jul 2004 by JR
Rami, Great Britain: I have often wondered if in professional wine tasting one makes judgements on a single tasting of one bottle of a particular wine or does one taste a few and then make an opinion for fear of bottle variation. My curiosity comes from your scoring for Clos Mogador 01 vis-a-vis those of Parker (Wine Advocate issue 152 April 04) - not much time difference to July 04. You say: Clos Mogador 2001 Priorat, René Barbier 16.5 Drink 2008-15 Blackish crimson. Full, round overripe too much? Lots of acidity, sweetness but no real...

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