Oxbridge treats - tasted blind
7 Mar 2013 by Jancis Robinson
On Thursday 21 February the 60th Oxford v Cambridge blind tasting match was held in London. I will be writing an account of it on Saturday, but because this was a special celebration, sponsors Pol Roger went all out to have some really fine wines in the competition as opposed to the much more usual Chilean Sauvignon Blanc and Beaujolais. (Not that there is anything wrong with these of course.) Thank you to all those who donated the wines described below, with my notes as to what I thought they were. (Judges Hugh Johnson and I always taste the wines blind first so as to put ourselves in the shoes of the competitors.)...

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