Wine, Charlatans, and Good Experience

Mark Hurst (Good Experience) refers to an article which suggests that the experience of drinking wine is determined less by the wine itself and more by the consumer’s own expectations for the wine. Another article suggests that “the apparent origin of (a) wine affects the perception of a restaurant’s food and even the probability that the customer will return.”

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