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  • Wine shops turn into bars in Melbourne
  • Wine shops turn into bars in Melbourne
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Wine shops turn into bars in Melbourne

Wine shops that double up as restaurants are very popular in France because they are intimate, casual and affordable. And now this trend is making waves in Melbourne, where 40% of inhabitants list wine as their favourite alcoholic drink.

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