In Vino, Veritas by Numbers Assigning a grade to a bottle of wine might seem counterintuitive, or even a little absurd, but wine scores have can have a big impact the people who sell wine — and the people who drink it.
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In Vino, Veritas by Numbers

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In Vino, Veritas by Numbers

In Vino, Veritas by Numbers

In Vino, Veritas by Numbers

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Assigning a grade to a bottle of wine might seem counterintuitive, or even a little absurd, but wine scores have can have a big impact the people who sell wine — and the people who drink it.