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Spot the difference Researchers at the University of Seville claim to have developed a test which is 100 per cent accurate in telling Champagne from cava. They hope it could be developed to become an industry-wide system for detecting counterfeit wine. Thresher buyer Jonathan Butt thinks the test will have little use in the mainstream wine market but added: "I can see it might be useful if you're buying lots of Champagne, or first growth claret or top end Burgundy for investment."
Follow the bear for vodka A premium Icelandic vodka is being imported to the UK by United Brands. The 40 per cent abv Ursus is five times distilled, which …