Wine Spectator editors review more than 15,000 wines each year in blind tastings. Every issue of Wine Spectator magazine contains 400 to 1,000 wine reviews with detailed tasting notes and drink recommendations. They set stringent standards for themselves and rely on the proven ability and experience of their editors as tasters and critics.
The foundation of any wine critic's success is the trust he or she builds with readers. That trust, in turn, rests on readers' evaluations of two key qualities: expertise and integrity.
Expertise is built through tasting, interviews with winemakers, visits to wine regions and accumulated knowledge about viticulture, winemaking, sensory evaluation, history and culture in general. Wine Spectator's senior editors together count nearly 250 years of experience with the magazine.
Integrity is established when readers believe a critic is fair, impartial and independent. Wine Spectator has adopted specific policies in order to maintain credibility with readers.
|Caulino||2017||87/100 - 2019||Details|
|Caiatì||2015||88/100 - 2017||Details|
|Caulino||2015||85/100 - 2016||Details|
|Caulino||2014||84/100 - 2015||Details|
|Campole||2013||88/100 - 2016||Details|
|Caulino||2013||87/100 - 2014||Details|
|Caiatì||2012||86/100 - 2014||Details|
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