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It was a great pleasure and an honour to be asked to be one of the final judges. When it came down to it, we were genuinely spoilt for choice, as the overall quality of the lists were very good. However, we (I'm speaking here also for my fellow judges) sincerely believed that those restaurant lists, which won the awards thoroughly deserved to. For a full article, please click on my website robertgiorgione.com

At the end of the day, (sorry to sound like a French footballer), don't let other people's success diminish you or make you feel jealous. Let it inspire you instead…

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It was a great pleasure and an honour to be asked to be one of the final judges. When it came down to it, we were genuinely spoilt for choice, as the overall quality of the lists were very good. However, we (I'm speaking here also for my fellow judges) sincerely believed that those restaurant lists, which won the awards thoroughly deserved to. For a full article, please click on my website robertgiorgione.com
The epicurean odyssey continues…

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Guess where? 10-07-2010

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Great article Chris.

Looking forward to seeing you at Imbibe 2010. I will be on NZ Wine stand B44 pouring 12 delicious Kiwi Sauv Blancs. Some of them, I'm sure will show that ‘typicity’ of which we are so fond and yet others will display wonderful nuances and different characters. It will be a great opportunity to discover what different styles are starting to emerge now from New Zealand.

I would like to encourage more people to discover the diversity of New Zealand wines and to enable them to put more different styles onto their wine lists. They certainly do not taste all the same!

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The epicurean odyssey continues…

Yes indeed…wine + social media = engaging with people + making new discoveries

I completely agree with both of you. Nice post Chris. I'm working on a ‘response’ with my own point of view and typical ‘sommelier rant’ style. Someone has to…

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