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DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS JUDGES’ PARTY

1 Chapel Down’s Rosé Brut sparkling from Kent Chile judges Paolo Brammer (left) and Alistair Cooper MW Judges Angelo Sabbadin (left) DWWA Co-Chair Sarah Jane Evans MW Veneto Regional Chair Richard Baudains (left) talks to Stephen Hobley, Tim Tiptree MW in the background 8 Judges (from left) Victoria Mason, Roger Jones and Chris Hardy 9 Judges and staff wound down at the Bermondsey Bar & Kitchen near London Bridge 10 Neptune rum, produced at Foursquare Distillery in Barbados Burgundy Regional Chair Jeannie Cho Lee MW and DWWA Co-Chair Michael Hill Smith MW Jonathan White poured Gusbourne Estate’s English sparkling wines Essential rehydration was generously provided by Ty Nant water 14 Judges Elyse Lambert MS and Alejandro Iglesias 15 Judges Aldo Fiordelli (left) and Jonas Tofterup MW Gareth Maxwell (left) and colleague poured Hattingley Valley’s sparkling wines from Hampshire 17 Chile judge Amanda Barnes and Rhône judge Colin Thorne Always a popular choice after a long day’s tasting, gin-based refreshment courtesy of Martin Miller’s

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