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World wine production set to fall to lowest since 1961
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The International Organization of Vine and Wine estimates wine output will shrink by 8 percent compared to last year, plummeting to levels last seen in 1961. This is mostly due to weather.
The International Organization of Vine and Wine estimates wine output will shrink by 8 percent compared to last year, plummeting to levels last seen in 1961. This is mostly due to weather.
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