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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
9 May 2001

One of the greatest problems for a professional wine-taster is remembering tastes from one occasion to another. It's relatively easy to work out from among a line-up of glasses in front of you which is the best-made, which you like best and so on. More difficult is to travel from cellar to cellar, holding in your memory, say, one producer's…