How To Build A (Successful) Career In Wine: A Case Study From Italy

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Is it worth it, ultimately, to undertake a demanding and taxing wine education program? What could you do in your career that you wouldn’t be able to do without a particular credential? I used next week's Vinitaly International Academy course to tease out some responses.
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