The wine market is complex and plentiful, and it can be very difficult to detect, without first tasting them, the bottles that match our selection criteria.
Moreover, in this market where the value of wine can vary from simple to hundredfold, it can be very complicated to detect great wines, because the price does not always reflect the quality of the product.
So let's take a look at the signs of wine quality.
The appellation of a wine provides information on several factors
Also, if an appellation is not necessarily a guarantee of quality, it is a very good indicator of style!
If the aesthetics of the label and the packaging of a bottle can be determining factors when buying wine, neither of them are indicators of the quality of the contents of the bottles.
On the other hand, the aesthetic aspect of the bottles can make it easy to recognize previously tasted wines!
It cannot be said often enough that the price is not necessarily linked to the quality of the wine. In fact, the process of setting the price of a wine depends on a multitude of factors:
On the other hand, price ranges are good indicators of the average quality of a wine:
Above 25€, you can find very good wines, as well as some that are greatly overpriced...
At this price, buying wine becomes a considered act. Ask a professional for advice to avoid disappointment.