Warning: this topic is of limited interest and absolutely no significant value, so consider carefully whether you want to continue or not
A few days ago I was reading articles about cellar or winemaker’s palate. When I joined this community early last year a few things became quickly apparent. For example, and in very general terms, Alsace was producing the nectar of the gods and New Zealand was mixing the devil’s brew. Musar ruled the Lebanon, and indeed much of the known world; Thymiopoulos was sitting next to Zeus, and far above all other Greek winemakers. And so on (with pinches of salt where appropriate).
Does any body think there is any danger of the gradual evolution of a Community palate? Or is it perhaps that we are simply and correctly identifying the best the wines world has to offer? I know my wine buying has changed under the Community influence; how will it be in 5 or 10 years?