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A disappointment 13 février 2013
Par On line shopper - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This English translation (like the 2012 Edition) is smaller and less unwieldy than earlier versions. The price one pays for this more manageable book is, however, far too high: all written descriptions of the wines have been excised. Accordingly, the most valuable feature of the book is missing. Formerly, the Guide contained a paragraph about each winery, and then a paragraph with highlights about some of the top wines tasted. Now only the first paragraph, far less important to wine buyers, is included. I wonder why they even bothered.
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What happened to Gambero Rosso? 3 mars 2013
Par Jake Kirchmaier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have every volume of Gambero Rosso going back to the mid-90's, and have always viewed it as an affordable, integral part of my information gathering on each Italian vintage and region. Simply put, it has been my Italian wine bible.

It appears no actual effort was put into this year's guide. No individual wine reviews or even basic information on the wines, such as grape varietal or aging and use of oak, was included like past volumes. After 20 years of using the guide, I really don't need a basic paragraph on each winery. I have no clue as to what has happened, but I for one cannot imagine how any Italian wine lover can gain anything from this volume.

It appears GR has jumped the shark...I for one will miss it.
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Forget the 2012 and 2013 editions 15 février 2013
Par Larz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Anyone thinking about using the 2012 or 2013 GR guide to decide what Italian wine to buy should reconsider. There is nothing within these past two editions that tell's one anything about the wine itself, other than a 1 to 3 glass rating for some of the wines that basically indicates whether, in their opinion, the wine is good, swill or pure bilge water. It has become, after the 2011 edition, nothing but a cataloque of what wines are made in Italy. You are better off reading something like erobertparker.com, or soon, on Antonio galloni's his own website at [...] Whether you share/agree with his palate or not, his reviews at least offer descriptions of what you can expect from the bottle.
This GR guide used to be useful; I have used the previous 9 year's editions as reference points to start sampling. It's a pity and annoying because readers were (apparently) never advised to not expect the traditional information they were used to in each previous year's editions.
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What an utter disappointment (again)! 9 mars 2013
Par C.H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I wish I had read the other reviews before I bought this book. I was hoping that after the useless 2012 edition, the 2013 would be back to its previous top-notch form, that 2012 was just a blip year... sadly, I was wrong. Having relied on the GR for making informed wine choices since 2005 I wasn't ready to give up on them after one bad year.

But now, 2nd year running the book has left out all pertinent information about the wines again, and just included information about the wineries (and the bicchieri [glass] rating system). And, while that information is interesting, it isn't compelling enough of a reason to buy this book because I, for one want to know about the WINES, not just the wineries and a non-descriptive rating. This will be the last time I purchase this guide unless they return to their former format.

Disappointing indeed!!
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too general 24 mars 2013
Par Jon S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Starting with the 2012 edition the reviews of theproducers became very general. They would not tell the reader about specific characteristics of each of the wines. While this is still a helpful reference, it has clearly gone downhill from what it used to be.
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