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DWWA judge profile: Christine Marsiglio MW

Christine Marsiglio MW is a judge at the 2024 Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA).

Christine Marsiglio MW

Christine is a communicator, educator and judge and is the Director of Education at Wine Folly.

Originally from Canada, her background is in oenology and viticulture. She holds an MSc in oenology and viticulture from École Supérieure d’Agriculture d’Angers, France and a BSc in chemistry and biology from the University of Alberta in Canada.

Before joining Wine Folly, Christine was a programme manager and educator at WSET School London. Previously she worked as Tastings Executive at Decanter magazine where she ran panel tastings and helped organise the Decanter World Wine Awards.

She became a Master of Wine in August 2019 after completing a research paper on the sensory effects of different lactic acid bacteria on wine. At the MW Awards ceremony in November 2019, Christine won both the Madame Bollinger Medal for her “Outstanding tasting abilities” and the Taransaud Tonnellerie Award for her “excellent knowledge” in the production and handling of wine paper.

Christine first judged for the DWWA in 2019.

For more information about Christine, take a look at her website.

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