Is my wine glass half empty or half full? The Return of the Wine Diary

Standard
A glass being full of rosé wine

Image via Wikipedia

The Return of the Wine Diary

As most reading this may know from previous blogs one of my goals for 2012 was to be the analyzation of my infamous 2011 wine diary.  Somehow, the more I reviewed the 138 [!] entries the more confused I became as to how to proceed. After much thought and rereading of said infamous 🙂 diary I was able to narrow the scope by breaking down most if not all into categories. Of course there is always the chance of too many categories but I think I was able to thin down the playing field without affecting the integrity of my year-long project. For example; I noticed that the entries filed under DEPENDABLE were actually also well priced. Therefore I have combined these into the category GOOD VALUE. My final categories:

-SURPRISES; 4

-EXCELLENT/WORTHY OF A REPEAT; 40

-GOOD VALUE; 16

-MISCELLANEOUS RAVES; 7

-BAD; 6

-CONFUSED; 1

Is my wine glass half empty or half full?

Well I am happy to report that my wine glass seems to be half full. After savoring 138 wines  luckily only 6 made it into the BAD category! That’s a great statistic. I will be blogging about each category in the near future. That said let’s get the BAD out-of-the-way and hopefully save a few possible victims or who knows find a few lovers of these examples out there. Here’s hoping your glass is always half full!

HOB NOB Chardonnay 2006 $5,00

VIEUX PAPES Red Table Wine $6.99 – The only entry to be called swill!

LISABELLA Pinot Grigio 2007, received as a gift.

YARUNGA FIELD BLACK LABEL Barosa 2010 $15.00

BRIAREO REDI 2005 $30.00, disappointing.

PATRIOT Merlot 2010 $15.00

Related articles

Advertisements

One response »

  1. Pingback: Return of the Wine Diary-Chilensis, J Opi, Baron D’Arignac, Il Papavero « whineandcheersforwine

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s