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A new study on pesticide residue in wine has caused a furor in France, raising questions about several leading labels. Commissioned by French consumer magazine Que Choisir and conducted by the Excell enology lab, the study analyzed 92 wines for 165 chemicals related to vineyard treatments. Wine Spectator's Suzanne Mustacich reports.
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