Price Doesn’t Always Reflect Quality

Wine, like almost any other product on the market, often increases in price as the winery (or brand name) attains more and more recognition. Most times, higher priced wines are fantastic and everything the person drinking it expects it to be, but other times…not so much. For a wine drinker, whether a beginner or a connoisseur, there are few things more disappointing than spending a decent amount of money on a bottle of wine that’s only so-so.

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2 Responses to Price Doesn’t Always Reflect Quality

  1. JimH says:

    Great advise! I enjoy wines in the $20 to $30 range they never miss for me. Looking forward to more about Napa Valley wines.

  2. Cheyl says:

    I couldn’t agree more! I don’t always appreciate the more expensive. I have found many inexpensive wines that have been great.