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  • 10-Vins is France's Nespresso for wine
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10-Vins is France's Nespresso for wine

The average French person quaffed 160 litres of wine every year back in 1965. Today it's down to 50 litres – and falling fast. A new start-up – 10-Vins – hopes to change this with an innovative, technology-driven business model that appeals to the modern French drinker.

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