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French wine producers disgruntled over Chinese buying prime vineyard

A Chinese owner of Macau casinos has bought a château holding the most prestigious name in French wine, angering local producers who condemn the move seeing it as an act of stripping France’s heritage. The unnamed businessman paid more than double of the estimated market value for five acres of the distinguished vines at €8 million (US$10 million). Located in…

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