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Women are key to wine's success in Japan

Although still nascent, wine production and consumption has become increasingly popular in Japan, with women being the driving force behind the country’s growing taste for the tipple. And now a new, all-female wine-tasting competition is demonstrating the sophistication of the female palette.

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