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#21 [url]

07/26/15 06:40 AM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
the best saved for last
the vintage of the wrath
Meaning the Sneaky Pete will have been mixed with rubbing alcohol to make it go further.



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#23 [url]

07/27/15 01:21 PM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
no this is single
vineyards special
reserve from ancient
roots and late harvest
That's what it says on the fancy menu you show to potential patrons. What you actually serve to the sweaty throngs who are gullible enough attend is a horse (or bottle of horse piss) of a different color.


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#27 [url]

07/28/15 12:16 PM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
My brother is a chevalier
de la confrerie du tastevin
I have the same nose I was
 a wine salesman and a 
maitre dit someiller.
I know my wines.

I know nothing about your personal experiences along these lines, but I do know that scientific tests have been made that seem to prove that determining the quality of wine by taste-testing is mostly a myth:


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07/28/15 03:32 PM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
My twin brother is
an international
wine contest judge

I've never had any interest in such contests, and as I posted above, there's scientific evidence that the whole wine-judging contest idea is bogus.

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#31 [url]

07/30/15 10:55 PM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
It has comercial implications
specially in the quality price
ratio. But everybody is capable
of saying what they like or not

However actual tests have proven that a lot of test subjects can be given wine from the same bottle several times during a long test and one time they will say they like it and the next time they'll say they don't.


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#32 [url]

07/30/15 11:19 PM

it is because wine has a time
factor built in connected to
oxidation. some wine taste
bad at first and delicious
after being decanted some
even are poured into a
decanter after having had
boiled water in it before

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#33 [url]

07/31/15 08:02 PM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
it is because wine has a time
factor built in connected to
oxidation. some wine taste
bad at first and delicious
after being decanted some
even are poured into a
decanter after having had
boiled water in it before
I'm talking about the fact that people's subjective evaluation of tastes is variable, regardless of the chemistry of what is being tasted.


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#35 [url]

08/01/15 04:55 AM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
Some actually do a
schizoid thing and
go from good to bad
and ten minutes latter
go back to good

And others can always see both at once and do whichever they choose to do.


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#37 [url]

08/02/15 09:19 AM

SigmundIvarsson wrote:
I only have few posts left
so I will not waste them on
kindergarden recess rhetoric

I just decided you have ZERO posts left here in the Piggy's Paradise Forum. If you want to post more, do it in the Litter Box.


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