Clause Five claims:
The document says that the initial contact with DO Vinos de Madrid occurred during Fenavin, an annual Spanish wine trade fair held in Ciudad Real in May. On 12th May 2011 Jay Miller and Pancho Campo MW did a presentation of 13 wines from Castilla-La Mancha to over 250 people according to Campo's website. The tasting lasted 'over an hour'. Miller's fee is believed to have been $15,000. Apparently the original aim had been to get Robert Parker himself to do the event but this proved not to be possible. The Fenavin event appears to be an example of a tasting and speaking engagement which was quite separate from Miller's duties as reviewer of Spanish wines for The Wine Advocate. Thus no conflict of interest in Miller being paid a fee.