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French wine growers launch 'video, drive-in wine-tasting' in bid to beat sales slump

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Independent wine-growers from France's Provence region attempt to beat the slump in sales amid the coronavirus crisis by launching 'remote' and 'drive-in' wine-tasting sessions for clients.

Added on the 06/05/2020 18:00:27 - Copyright : AFP EN

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