South African wine industry hopes for World Cup boost
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South African wine industry hopes for World Cup boost

Thousands of World Cup tourists are getting their first taste of South Africa - and it's red and white. The country's famed wine estates are hoping the tournament will prompt football fans to visit their vineyards. (The Associated Press)

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