Insight & Opinion: The Judgment of Princeton
What have we really learned?
Oct 2012 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Here once more, a judging with a familiar outcome—French classics smacked down by New World wines, this time from—New Jersey! On the surface, the results “prove” that humble, if not completely unheralded, wines are every bit as good as glamorous icons commanding prices many times higher. It all started with the Judgment of Paris in 1976, a shock to the judges themselves and the world of wine at large. Napa was the major beneficiary at a time when U.S. wines certainly nee...
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