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Broadbest bests Parker in taste-off


This has wine fans buzzing. Michael Broadbent, iconic longtime wine seller for the London auction house Christie’s, beat Robert Parker, left, super-influential American wine taster and author, in a London tasting.
The two tasted several wines and rated them. Then the public tasted them and rated them. Broadbent’s palate agreed more often with the public, says Decanter.com.


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