Chinese the new stewards of France’s winemaking traditions
August 4, 2014
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Chinese are boosting investment in Bordeaux vineyards with an eye not only to ownership, but improving on a legendary product – and that's stirring up some complex emotions. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
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