Friday, November 20, 2015

I don't agree with Robert Parker's wine ratings

I don't agree with Robert Parker's wine ratings.

I think he gives too many ratings that are too high. Not that many wines can be perfect.

I think his ratings reward only power and not balance and elegance.

I think his ratings are biased beyond his control because he doesn't taste blind.

Most of all, my taste is not the same as his. I don't like the kinds of wine that he does so his ratings do not have predictive value for me.

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5 comments:

TheMotleyCru said...

Um, is that not what everyone acknowledges nowadays?

jo6pac said...

So?

Bob Henry said...

This revelation reminds me of a Monty Python skit.

The jest:

Palaeontologist Anne Elk's theory on brontosauruses: "All brontosauruses are thin at one end, much much thicker in the middle and then thin again at the far end."

Joe Roberts said...

Uhm... well.... duuuhhhhhh.

:)

Don Stone said...

Tough crowd, Blake... :-)