The price worthiness of a wine is often discussed among wine lovers. However, because the dispute rarely goes beyond the exchange of individual perspectives, terms like cheap, inexpensive and expensive can at best be brought to a common denominator in small circles. At best. Because it is precisely there that the sharpest debates about appropriate wine prices often break out.
The price worthiness of a wine depends on the perception of the respective consumer. And the perception, in turn, depends on individual life circumstances. Am I a wine lover or not, do I have a fat bank account or always too much money left over at the end of the month, do I drink regularly, excessively or only on special occasions.