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parkerization (GB)
parkeriser (F)

Popular name for the practice of wine producers to vinify their wines to the taste of the well-known US wine critic Robert Parker (* 1947). It is said that Parker namely that he wines from the Bordeaux with high alcohol content and emphasized tannins through intense Barrique, as well as so-called fruit bombs prefer. Therefore (supposedly) such wines should be rated better by him and thus the wine can be automatically sold more expensive. Parker himself denies this vehemently and says that his broad and very different taste preferences make it impossible to make a wine according to a formula that he would like under warranty. This is correct, as well as authentic, origin faithful Wines are often valued very well by him. However, a certain preference for such fruity wines can not be overlooked. See also below Coca-Cola wines,

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