Ian Sutton wrote:Pinchas
You're too kind about my ramblings
I guess the easier question to ask is what do people think is the sweet spot for Kosher wines? It's reasonable to argue that people have a genuine reason for justifying a larger spend - and that there may always be a premium for Kosher wines. If that were a 50% loading do we assume the equivalent of $30 offers a significant QPR jump over $20, or is the spread of value noticeably different? (maybe there are fewer decent mass-volume wines, thus making the supposed sweet-spot less competitive and making expensive wines a better QPR hunting ground than is otherwise the case).
Harry J wrote:hi again; my opinion would be that finding something priced right value wise as opposed to overpriced is not something in a specific vein related to Jewishness.It probably has to do with not wasting dollars and what is a luxury.And as for comparisons sited above,to each his own.To me they are vastly different. h
Ian Sutton wrote:As well as countries/regions offering better value, does anyone feel a particular grape variety/blend offers worse/better value in the Kosher market? I'm guessing Cab/Merlot, Pinot Noir are most likely to offer poor value. What of Shiraz/Syrah, etc.?
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