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No water into wine: growing grapes in the world's driest desert

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In the middle of Chile's Atacama desert, Hector Espindola makes his living in an unexpected way: he runs a vineyard. Despite the harsh conditions, the desert remains home to a number of winemakers like him, making wines unique to their arid home.

Added on the 24/05/2022 17:33:02 - Copyright : AFP EN

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