The lone wolf: A conversation with wine critic Robert Parker

Although this article is quite long, I recommend you bookmark it and consume it in small doses, it is well worth the read. The interviewer asks some questions that many have already heard the answers to, but Parker seems to give more; details, emotion, some little known facts.

For the world’s most influential wine writer, who is now nearing 60, his stint in the business has now left him reflecting on the choices he’s made in his life, without many regrets. The man has touched the lives of millions, for good and bad. Whether it’s the winemaker who cry’s when he hears the praise his wine is about to receive, keeping his fledgling business afloat, or the deep pocketed wineries that take him to court, Parker has seen it all, and always stays true to his mission.

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