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Alistair Morrell: what wine judging can learn from food awards

Published:  01 September, 2013

On a beautiful sunny day a couple of weeks back I drive down to Gillingham, that's not the Kentish one, but the market town in Dorset knowing not what awaits me. The  'Great Taste' awards have run since 1994 organised by the Guild of Fine Food, "promoting excellence in speciality food". In that time over 80,000 products have been blind-tasted by judges including top restaurateurs, chefs, food critics, fine food retailers, buyers and cookery writers.

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