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wine tasting

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(Brewing) an occasion for sampling a number of wines
wine taster n
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Noun1.wine tasting - a gathering of people to taste and compare different wines
assemblage, gathering - a group of persons together in one place
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wine tasting

[ˈwaɪnˌteɪstɪŋ] ndegustazione f di vini
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Announcing the results yesterday after a week of blind taste tests of 16,000 wines, judges said the Malbec was the toast of the town for quality and value for money.
More than 10,000 entries underwent rigorous blind taste tests by a top panel.
Canada, Great Britain, and Finland conducted blind taste tests.
BLIND taste tests of that old Christmas favourite the mince pie have revealed surprising results.
In the Easter break, The Big Drop will involve them tipping a bucket of visitor-made items to show how they meet with air resistance and a workshop will explain the science of chocolate: how it's made and the journey from bean to bar, with blind taste tests to see how varying quantities of the ingredients affect taste.
They awarded the French white - on Aldi's own label - five stars and a trophy after blind taste tests at the What Food, What Wine?
This time, the headline blares that "Coors outscores Bud," based on the magazine's blind taste tests of ten mainstream lagers.
In their usual understated style, Americans took to the streets with 'Our children will never know refreshment' banners, prompting Coke to revisit its research and realise its mistake--it had bestowed more faith in blind taste tests than in its own brand (factor the label in and the results were reversed).
Called "Vine Talk," the half-hour weekly program is hosted by actor Stanley Tucci, who will lead a panel of celebrities from the culinary and acting worlds through blind taste tests to select their favorite wines.
Five judges took part in blind taste tests over two days to score the wines and determine the best offerings in both First Class and Business Class.
In early December, Dietz & Watson hosted a Deli Challenge outside four Manhattan supermarkets--two D'Agostino's and two Gristedes--where passersby participated in blind taste tests of the two brands of premium deli meats.
Blind taste tests to determine the most popular brew will be from 6 p.