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December 01, 2009

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Alexandra

Great post, Mr. Talbott! I agree with you 100% and that is why I thoroughly enjoyed filling up my wine cart to the brim at the show last weekend with a selection of all the best wines there...objectively speaking, of course!!;-)

John Whiting

I remain convinced that the whole area of wine evaluation is distorted by the fact that bottles at the higher end of the market go for astronomical figures. Much less rubbish is spoken and written about cheese because 100g of the most expensive cheese in the world can easily be afforded by virtually anyone who really wants it. How many rich cheese authorities do you know?

The same goes for bread, the third ingredient of the holy trinity.

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