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How Expert are “Expert” Wine Judges?*

  • Robert T. Hodgson (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1931436100000821
  • Published online: 01 June 2012
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Recent papers by Hodgson (2008) and Gawel and Godden (2008) have questioned the consistency of expert wine judges in a wine competition setting. In the latter paper, a methodology introduced in psychometric research to measure judge reliability corrected for chance was used to quantify judge consistency (Cohen, 1968). This paper extends that notion, suggesting a value of 0.7 for Cohen's weighted kappa might be used to define an expert wine judge. With that criterion, less than 30% of judges who participated in either of the two studies would be considered “expert.” (JEL Classification: C1, L15)

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D.V. Cicchetti (2004). Who won the 1976 blind tasting of French Bordeaux and U.S. Cabernets? Parametrics to the rescue. Journal of Wine Research, 15(3), 211220.

R. Gawel and P.W. Godden (2008). Evaluation of the consistency of wine quality assessments from expert wine tasters. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 14, 18.

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