Saturday, August 30, 2008

About the Value Ratings

The value ratings give my impression of the quality of the wine relative to its price. 3/5 means "pretty much what I'd expect at that price." You shouldn't be disappointed; you might not rush out to buy another bottle, but you'd buy it again if it suited your mood. 4/5 is good value - the kind of thing you'd want to buy more of at the price. 5/5 is great value - buy it by the case if it fits your budget. 2/5 is a bit disappointing, and 1/5 is to be avoided. Value is relative to the price - a wine that gets 5/5 at $20, might get 3/5 at $40.

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