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Friday, April 30, 2004

French wine is for socialists

The Guardian reports that France is taking steps to halt the plunge in wine sales. The article is interesting in itself because it outlines how French wine producers and the industry's regulating body are not very market friendly and that part of the problem is that French wine was not responding to the desires of consumers. I wonder how much the boycott against French products after their refusal to join the Coalition of the Willing is contributing to the industry's woes. Anyway, I urge people to enjoy New Zealand wine, the only wine in the world, The Spectator's Ross Clark has reported, that does not receive a cent of direct or indirect government subsidy. You can taste the free trade.

Posted by Paul Tuns on April 30, 2004 in Food and Drink | Permalink

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Not only that but New Zealand wine has been kicking French wine's ass in blind tastings for some time now.

You can taste the free trade - and it tastes good!

Posted by: The Meatriarchy | 2004-05-01 5:59:27 AM


I need some brand names so I can request it at the local LC.

Posted by: alan | 2004-05-03 11:56:02 AM



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