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Scorecard [UC Davis 20 pt. Scale].

Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Sonoma County Wine Library.Publisher: [nd]Subject(s): Tasting | Ratings -- Wine In: [nd].Summary: This is a simple grid with ten categories. Wines are judged in each category from zero to a maximum point score for that category. The maximum point scores by category range from 1-4 but can total no more than 20 for a perfect score. The explanation of the scale total, printed below the chart, reads as follows: 17 to 20, wines must have some outstanding characteristic and no marked defect; 13-16, standard wines with neither an outstanding character nor defect; 9-12, wines of commercial acceptability but with a noticeable defect; 5-8, wines of below commercial acceptability; 1-4, completely spoiled wines.This summary text represents either a short extract taken from the source or an abstract summarizing the whole item.
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ARTICLE ARTICLE Sonoma County Wine Library
TASTING (Browse shelf) Available

2000-11-17 added to database.

Article is available at the Sonoma County Wine Library.

This is a simple grid with ten categories. Wines are judged in each category from zero to a maximum point score for that category. The maximum point scores by category range from 1-4 but can total no more than 20 for a perfect score. The explanation of the scale total, printed below the chart, reads as follows: 17 to 20, wines must have some outstanding characteristic and no marked defect; 13-16, standard wines with neither an outstanding character nor defect; 9-12, wines of commercial acceptability but with a noticeable defect; 5-8, wines of below commercial acceptability; 1-4, completely spoiled wines.This summary text represents either a short extract taken from the source or an abstract summarizing the whole item.

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