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  • Russia's new taste for wine
  • Russia's new taste for wine
    Eric Murray ©
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Russia's new taste for wine

In Russia, traditionally popular drinks such as vodka and beer are losing their appeal. Instead, people are increasingly switching to more sophisticated alternatives – particularly imported and sparkling wines. Almost half of Russians say they drink them at least twice a week.

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