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A new crop: The rise of women winemakers

By Abiodun Ogundairo
05 October 2020   |   11:00 am
In this special edition, we head to the Loire Valley in France where female winemakers are beginning to make their mark while our Beijing correspondent meets the Chinese women breathing new life into the vineyards of the Middle Kingdom. Also as more women enjoy a sip, Annette Young meets the Canadian wine educator in Paris who's determined to empower women one champagne bottle at a time.

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