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Jamie Goode
wine journalist, book author and flavour obsessive
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Jamie Goode 27m
I think there’s a lot to be said for examining how people behave. If we believed there was no such thing as the flavour of a wine (a property of the wine) then we wouldn’t do a lot of what we did in the wine trade
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Jamie Goode 29m
Hmm it might change a very small amount (temperature? A little bit after the dissolved oxygen is increased during pouring) but I suspect the main difference is in the taster
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Jamie Goode 1h
(2) after all, when we taste we behave as if we are trying to ‘get’ something. And we can taste the same wine on different days, or at different times and it tastes different. But it - and its flavour - hasn’t changed
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Jamie Goode 1h
The way to parse this is that wine has a chemical composition that creates the flavour of the wine which is a property of the wine. Then our perception of the flavour of the wine (objective property) is the subjective bit.
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Jamie Goode 5h
Did you see that really creepy doorstep interview with him about his private planes?
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Jamie Goode 6h
Replying to @BYWineUk
Sake judging!!!
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Jamie Goode 6h
Replying to @smithbarryc
This is utterly unbelievable - some people buy into this?
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Jamie Goode 10h
My point was not many vineyards (in terms of area) in Devon and Cornwall - although, yes, quite a few small producers. Climatically it isn’t the first place you’d choose to plant grapes - although it is a little bit of a broad brush and I should have been clearer
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Jamie Goode 13h
Gordon’s view is debatable - I prefer ‘a position.
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Jamie Goode 20h
They are great but most of their wine comes from grapes grown in Sussex Hampshire and Kent
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Jamie Goode 20h
Replying to @NikDarlington
Also no one grows grapes in Cornwall and Devon
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Jamie Goode 20h
Replying to @NikDarlington
It’s three years old
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Aaron Ayscough 20h
it’s like macron doesn’t even care about beaujolais nouveau
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Jamie Goode 20h
Replying to @awesommelier
Citeh Citeh
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Jamie Goode 22h
Thinking of all my friends in France
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Zachary Sussman Oct 28
Hey everyone! My book is on-sale now. If there's one thing everyone needs right now, it's wine, so I consider it to be a timely effort. You can order a copy here:
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Jamie Goode 24h
Replying to @DieDigit
None
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Jamie Goode Oct 28
I'm getting involved in a wine retail operation. It's a good one, and some top folk are involved. Introducing The Sorting Table
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Jamie Goode Oct 28
Replying to @BinTwoPadstow
has it done malolactic yet?
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Jamie Goode Oct 28
Yes that is a very good point
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