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The albarino grape has been crowned as the successor to the pinot grigio

18th September, 2016

The albarino grape has essentially been crowned as the successor to former first reserve everyday white wines such as pinot grigio, a highly sought-after position. But there is an inevitable path trodden by these wines. They sell very well until, having become hugely popular yet been narrowly planted, their makers have to increase prices just to keep some even-handedness in distribution.

So the day comes when a friendly, well-priced, highly fashionable wine starts to become...

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