- Rich fish (salmon, tuna etc)
- Sweet desserts
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As a Premium user you get unique insight into the opinions of some of the most prominent wine critics with new Expert Ratings. Robert Parker and Wine Spectator ratings are shown when available, along with the community ratings, so you can instantly get a complete overview.
The most influential and powerful wine critic in the world, Robert Parker gained recognition in the years following the first publication of The Wine Advocate. Today he has tasted a large part of the world's most expensive and prestigious wines and rated these on his 100 point wine-scoring scale.
The scale employs a 50-100 point quality scale ranging from unacceptable to extraordinary.
|80-89:||Barely above average to very good|
The American wine magazine was founded in 1976 and specializes in tasting notes, ratings, industry news and in-depth profiles on wine personalities. Wine Spectator publishes 15 editions a year each covering between 400 - 1,000 wine reviews. Similar to Robert Parker, WS employs a 100 point wine-scoring scale. In addition to rating thousands of wines yearly, Wine Spectator announces every year their selection for Wine of the Year and Top 100 Wines - always eagerly anticipated.
Wine Spectator tasters review wines on the following 100-point scale:
|95-100:||Classic: a great wine|
|90-94:||Outstanding: a wine of superior character and style|
|85-89:||Very good: a wine with special qualities|
|80-84:||Good: a solid, well-made wine|
|75-79:||Mediocre: a drinkable wine that may have minor flaws|
Stephen Tanzer is a US-based, widely respected wine critic, editor and publisher of international Wine Cellar and wine columnist for Forbes, and Food & Wine. Tanzer has a particular expertise on the wines of Burgundy, Piemonte, California, Washington State, South Africa and Bordeaux.
He employs a modern wine rating system on a 70-100 point quality scale.
|85-89:||Very Good to Excellent|
Founded in 1979, Wine Enthusiast is a magazine and website, that is now a world leading guide to the latest wine trends, wine ratings, education, food, travel, and everything needed to enjoy wine to the fullest. The magazine is published 14 times per year and has a readership of 800,000 consumers worldwide.
Wine Enthusiast's 100-point wine-scoring scale:
Vinous' CEO and founder and one of the world's top wine critics. From 2006 to 2013 Galloni reviewed wines at Robert Parker;s The Wine Advocate, where he covered the wines of Italy, California, Burgundy and Champagne.
Antonio Galloni's 100-point wine-scoring scale:
|96-100:||Exceptional. A profound and emotionally moving wine that exemplifies the very best attributes of its kind. These are the world's great, iconic wines.|
|90-95:||Outstanding. A wine of remarkable personality and breed that is well worth seeking out.|
|85-89:||Excellent. A strong wine with true character that provides highly enjoyable drinking.|
|80-84:||Average. A wine with no flaws, but no distinction.|
|75-79:||Below Average. A wine with at least one noticeable flaw.|
|<75:||Not worth your time.|
James Halliday is an Australian wine writer and critic. During his nearly 40-year career of judging and tasting wines in Australia's most important wine competitions, J. Halliday has written more than 40 books on wine and is recognized as an authority of wine.
Halliday uses a 100-point wine-scoring system:
|84-86:||Far to good|
|80-83:||An everyday wine|
Decanter is a British high-end magazine on wine and spirits published on a monthly basis. It specializes in wine industry and vintage news, wine recommendations and reviews. Decanter organizes annual international wine competition 'The Decanter World Wine Awards'.
Decanter has a scoring scale based on a five-star system:
|5 stars:||Outstanding quality, virtually perfect example|
|4 stars:||Highly recommended|
|2 stars:||Quite good|
James Suckling - an American wine critic and journalist, who is internationally known as one of the world's most influential wine critics. J. Suckling was working for Wine Spectator before creating his own website (JamesSuckling.com) and is mainly known for his specialization in the wines of Italy and Bordeaux.
James Suckling's 100-point wine-scoring scale:
|95-100:||A 'must buy'|
Jancis Robinson - one of the world's leading wine journalists and critics, who writes daily for JancisRobinson.com and weekly for the Financial Times. J.Robinson is also a co-author of Wine Grapes, a complete guide to 1,368 vine varieties and an advisor for the wine cellar of Queen Elizabeth II.
Jancis Robinson's 20-point wine scoring scale:
|20 -||Truly exceptional|
|19 -||A humdinger|
|18 -||A cut above superior|
|14 -||Deadly dull|
|13 -||Borderline faulty or unbalanced|
|12 -||Faulty or unbalanced|
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