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Old 09-01-2006, 06:02 AM posted to alt.food.wine
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The Pacific Rim Intl. Wine Competition is looking for residents of San
Bernadino County, California, who want to be professional wine judges.
A local judge's qualifying exam will be held on Sat. Jan 28 at the
National Orange Show grounds in San Bernardino. Breaking into the group
of folks who judge major US wine competitions is very difficult. This
is one of the few major competitions to hold an open qualifying exam
(The exam centers on tasting and smelling ability not arcane book
knowlege.) If you are interested please contact me, Bob Foster, the
director of the competition, at


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bfson wrote:
The Pacific Rim Intl. Wine Competition is looking for residents of San
Bernadino County, California, who want to be professional wine judges.
A local judge's qualifying exam will be held on Sat. Jan 28 at the
National Orange Show grounds in San Bernardino. Breaking into the group
of folks who judge major US wine competitions is very difficult. This
is one of the few major competitions to hold an open qualifying exam
(The exam centers on tasting and smelling ability not arcane book
knowlege.) If you are interested please contact me, Bob Foster, the
director of the competition, at


No, thank you. Wine is to be DRUNK, not tasted.



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