After the fall of the Berlin Wall in late 1989, West Germany ploughed its wealth into reunification to the detriment of its economy.
One area of the economy that suffered badly during this period was wine production. In the long term, however, the policy worked, and now the economy is slowly grinding into action again.
For a few decades preceding reunification, vast quantities of German wine were sold here and in Britain (namely Black Tower and...
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