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Wine Tourism

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Wine tourism is becoming increasingly important for wine-growing regions and it has been recognized as part of agricultural tourism, rural tourism, cultural tourism, industrial tourism and special-interest tourism. The Great Wine Capitals Best Of Wine Tourism Awards celebrate innovation and excellence in wine tourism throughout the nine greatest wine regions in the world. I have selected 6 wines from great wine capitals.

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