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Andrew Catchpole

Andrew Catchpole: What is in the bottle is not the only thing that counts

05 Sep 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

Editor Andrew Catchpole argues that while wine quality is certaintly important it is not the only way customers buy, particularly when it comes to trying a new wine.

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