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Genetic Engineering Arrives in Champagne

Issue: May 15, 1994

May 15, 1994 Genetic Engineering Arrives in Champagne One of France's most traditional winemaking regions may soon be the beneficiary of some of the most advanced research modern science has to offer. After more than a decade of experimentation, the first French grapevines grafted to rootstocks that have been genetically altered will be planted in Champagne.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands May 15, 1994.

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