Wine Scores: The Truth About How They Work

Today we’re looking at wine scores, how magazines and wine critics come up with scores or ratings for your vino, how the different scales out of 100 points or out of 20 points work, and following up on our last video about how it can be useful for you to take personal wine notes when you taste wine, here we’ll also talk about how you can start scoring your own wines for yourself, or to share reviews about them with others. Let’s go…

2 things often help consumers decide which wine to buy in an ocean of different wines. Awards, and wine scores given by magazines, wine critics and authors. But what’s the truth behind these rankings?

The world of wine is complex and diverse, and that’s what we love about it, but perhaps sometimes it’s useful to simplify it and put it on a scoring scale or sum it up with 3 metals of medals. Let’s see how this works.

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00:00 – Intro – About Wine Scores
02:50 – How Wine Scores Work
07:38 – The Subjectivity of Wine Scores?
10:19 – Want to Start Scoring Wine?

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