The Telegraph: "The California State Fair wine competition, tested judges' consistency by giving them repeat samples of the same wine during large blind tasting sessions. It discovered that 90 percent of the judges failed to give identical samples poured from the same bottle matching or close scores at repeated tastings. One panel of judges even rejected a particular vintage twice only to award it a double-gold medal the third time they sampled it."
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