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Half-blind tasting

A form of wine tasting in which the wines are known (producer, origin, wine type, vintage). However, due to concealed labels, it is not known in which order they are tasted or in which glass they are. This form is often used at wine seminars or private tastings. In contrast, in a blind tasting, very little to no information is known. See also under wine evaluation and wine address.

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