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masterswine150sd.jpgWine writer Jancis Robinson marvels at the sheer number of students taking the Institute of Masters of Wine exam each year, described as a "particular form of torture, for which the graduation rate is a shockingly low 10 percent." Though as much as 40 percent of students who apply are rejected for "not having sufficient knowledge or experience," Robinson does note that increased interested in the MW title reveals "the ethos of the institute is moving towards something much more inclusive." [FT]

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