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Re: Help me understand "well made wine"

by Anders Källberg » Sat Nov 24, 2007 6:54 pm

Hmm, yes, I guess you are right. He calls the expression: "such ambiguous or backhanded comments", but mainly I read his comments as complaints of the use of the phrase as such, rather than what he thought it meant about the wine.
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Re: Help me understand "well made wine"

by Dale Williams » Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:14 am

Thomas wrote:I see, you use past experience, which works for those who have past experience with the product; but those who do not would have to find another way to evaluate the objective quality as opposed to the subjective appeal.


But I never said I was evaluating "objective quality" - my notes contain a disclaimer that I make no claims of objectivity. I'm only offering my subjective opinion- if folks are looking for objectivity they would be better off reading lab reports than any notes here.

I seldom use the term- the last 2 instances I can find were a Comte de Vogue and a Clos des Lunelles - but I'd be surprised if any "objective" flaws were found in any wine I described as well-made.
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