Death of the wine critic
By Christian Eedes, 25 July 2010
UK wine commentator Robert Joseph writes on The Joseph Report: “Professional wine writers naturally hate being pushed off the perch by unqualified colleagues, but to be brutally frank, the discomfiture of these writers is not the concern of wine producers and distributors. Their challenge lies in finding ways to make their product, the place they make it, and even themselves and their employees sufficiently interesting to warrent writing about for an audience with no intrinsic interest in wine.”
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