Subject: FBI Looking Into Premier Cru - Complete list of Premier Cru's 5,000+ victims - Report: Dark clouds for US wine trade - China's Wine Consumption Stuck in Austerity Mode - Iran bans printing of word the "wine" -- JANUARY 20, 2016 - WINE NEWS FETCH
Date: 2016-01-20 08:06:09
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It has become prohibitively expensive to find a new wine or beer for a daily feature by purchasing at retail.
The daily schedule also involves a lot of waste because at least half (and sometimes more) of the wine bought at retail is undrinkable for my taste. This means full bottles being poured down the drain.
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