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09:35 UK time, Tuesday, 18 December 2007

Fifty-six per cent of diners will not ask the wine waiter for advice in case he recommends something too expensive, according to research by cheese maker Castello. The survey, of 1,000 restaurant-goers, revealed many suffer from "second cheapest wine syndrome" - rejecting the cheapest wine on the list to conceal their ignorance in front of waiters and friends.

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