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The Wine & Spirits tasting method is a two-step process. First, all submitted wines are screened (blind tasted) by a tasting panel composed of magazine staff, sommeliers, retailers and other wine industry professionals who determine which wines are better than average for their particular variety or region. About 20-30% of those wines pass the panel. The panel-recommended wines are then blind tasted by a W&S critic who will give a full assessment and score.
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