Counterfeit wine - an MW dissertation
16 Jun 2010 by Jancis Robinson
Should you by any chance manage to pass the challenging final Master of Wine exams - and Richard's recent account relates only to the exams at the end of the first year of preparatory studies (groan) – you may not call yourself an MW nowadays until you have had a written dissertation approved. Recent topics have included the following: Can Vins de Pays Charentais compete on price and quality in the UK market? The effect of altitude on Malbec in Mendoza, Argentina UK market attitudes towards brut nature Champagne A couple of these dissertations remind me a little of Julia's. She originally wanted to look at...

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