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  1. It’s such a tricky one isn’t it Jill. Everyone’s taste is so personal, so at the end of the day as consumers we have to understand that I guess! Thanks for stopping by the blog by the way 🙂

  2. I totally agree! I wish Vivino had a “your” rating and a “public rating”… there are wines I love, but know they are “the best”… and like wise, there are wines I hate, but they just aren’t my style- they may be good for what they are. I score on Vivino for my taste, so that I can get the right feedback for “matches”. But it makes it hard to judge is. 4.2 really a 4.2?

  3. Thanks for the feedback Jenelle. Wine ratings are interesting but not something to live by – that’s for sure!

  4. I completely agree with you Casey, I love reading your tasting notes and finding out what you think about a particular wine.

  5. I totally understand! Every one has such a different palette. People would clearly come to you for insight and see how you found the wine, I think you would need a panel or team to come up with ratings.
    xx Jenelle
    http://www.inspiringwit.com

  6. Thanks for the feedback Tony, it’s nice to hear there are others who are in the same boat. I like that, “Wine as i see it” – will have to check out your blog!

  7. A very good read, thank you. I totally agree. I also have a wine blog and do not score wines for exactly the same reason. I use a sub-heading for my blog which reads, “Wine as I see it”. Yes, I include descriptors in the notes (occasionally I don’t) but sometimes the wine means that little bit more.