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A typical generic tasting
16 Sep 2009 by Jancis Robinson
This was the scene at last week's Wines of Chile annual generic tasting. In London we're in peak season for generic tastings, with Argentina this week and South Africa early next month. I spoke to Karen Wise, who is a key member of Wines of Chile UK, headed with great enthusiasm by Michael Cox. (His twin brother David now occupies exactly the same position for New Zealand as reported in Twins go head to head .) There is keen competition between each of the generic bodies. A recent survey in Off Licence News revealed that Wines of Chile has an annual UK budget of £450,000, funded by winery members based on export...

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