I am slowly putting the order in my head and making straight entangle paths. The levels separate because each issue has its story. Indeed, sentences will become more straightforward as the thoughts will be more precise. Such actions are several, and being the mixed cause that who wants to proceed well, loses threads.
Well, Robert Parker Jr. is here at the first level, and within the person’s assessment, wine has no importance. Wine is on an entirely different story. Then there is America of then, and America of now, and these are not the same levels at all. Let’s add here globalisation, markets, money, each one at a different story.
The level of human greed, too. We should consider everything separately. In this way, misunderstandings would disappear, and wine would start to taste different. Because the taste should be devoid of external influences, do not mix Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator or others with taste. When respecting an individual, it must be left to the individual to assess. I will cheekily add that here you will see the level of differences in the wealth of the wallet.
Let’s start with the wine. The relationship between the bottle and me is entirely individual. But I am an exciting set of everything, which has so far eaten, drank, read, fell in love, suffered, and so the individual becomes something completely different. And yet I am a momentary mood when I face a bottle and try to describe the sensations. That means, the language learned or taught—a flask and I, and between us the phenomenon of taste. Robert Parker Jr., for my side, is just a part of a culture that saturated me or that I absorbed. Parker himself is due to other factors. His relationship with bottles does not concern me. What he has been able to do with his taste and how he has externally put it in culture, influences me.
The relationship between the bottle and me is not affected by what a producer once invented. The manufacturer influences the market just as the market affects the manufacturer. If I already bought a bottle, it means that I could afford it and my will was not affected by any market turbulence. Taste is a pure phenomenon, not subject to economics. My wealth is subject to economics.
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