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The Balancing Act in Consistent Wine Tasting and Wine Appreciation: A Tale Told by Two Brothers. Part I: Consistency in Wine Tasting and Appreciation: A Personal-Experiential Perspective

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In a two-part article, we discuss both from a personal-experiential and empirical-objective perspective, the oenologic issues of judgments of wine quality, and the need to produce a balanced and consistent appreciation of wine tasting, whether one be an experienced wine connoisseur, an aficionado, or someone who simply enjoys a wine of one's choice as a repeat experience. The oenologic glue that binds the two parts of the report together is the understanding that Replication is the key to a successful wine judgment.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Consulting Specialist of Wine and Director of National Accounts, San Anselmo, CA, USA

Publication date: July 1, 2008

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