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New tasting

See under re-tasting.

Any wine evaluation, however professional, can only be a snapshot of the current state of development of a wine. Since a wine develops or changes (for the worse or for the better) during its life cycle, it is necessary to taste it again or, if necessary, several times. The forecasts made at the first tasting are checked, and the changes are identified and documented. Since such a process is very time-consuming, most wine critics refrain from re-tasting or multiple tasting. This is done regularly (for some of the wines) by Robert Parker and his team, or on the German wine internet platform Wein-Plus

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