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Sat, Sep 17, 2016 Thomas Grove 1,728

Not long ago, wine was mostly seen as a luxury import in Russia. The country's oligarchs bought European vineyards, and Moscow's newly wealthy learned to savor French Cabernets and Tuscan reds at elite restaurants.

But as tensions between Russia and the West persist, drinking wine has been transformed into a patriotic act.

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