Posted: Sep 20, 2019
This podcast from the Winecurmudgeon.com featuring an interview with Mark Greenblatt of Newsy provides some new commentary on the Master Sommelier Scandal.
Many questions still remain. So many industry professionals would like to know more. Questions remain: Is the Master Sommelier due for an accreditation process? Should an audit of the COMS be conducted? Why are candidates never made aware of the wine's tasted during their examination? Does it make sense to only have a few hundred candidates pass in the last four decades? So much more to know.
Listen to the Winecast 39: "Mark Greenblatt and the sommelier cheating scandal” below. Email: Jeff Seigel for more information and commentary.
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