Looking to buy faulty wine – on purpose
I'm taking a wine tasting class and would like to do my final presentation on faulty wine. Has anyone heard of a company/winery selling faulty wine for instructional purposes? I'd like to purchase the equivalent of 5-10 bottles of wine with various defects, or even just wine that is particularly poorly done.
If not, are there some ways to "fake" faulty wine to help wine students learn to detect the flaws? Perhaps there are some widely available (in the US) wines that are remarkably bad? Or perhaps there's an article out there that already explains how to fake faulty wine and I have yet to find it.
Any help is appreciated!
Submitted March 14, 2017 at 10:19PM by elifawn
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