[[ Note: This thread was split from a discussion of how a second same bottle should be presented in a restaurant: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/... -- The Chowhound Team ]]
There are dozens of reasons why one bottle of wine may vary from another bottle of the very same wine. As you say, variation in and of itself is not automatically a bad thing, and should not automatically lead to rejection.
That said, there are plenty of reasons to reject a bottle, but "I don't like it" isn't one of them.
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