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Wine: Love your GRK | July 7, 11:03 am   

"GRK. Posip. Vugava. Prc. Bogadnusa. This a language I now understand, thanks to 10 days spent on several islands in the Adriatic. They are names of grape varieties, each of which is indigenous to a single island. And each, in a small and quiet way, is getting along famously. All is not lost in the global struggle against homogeneity in wine." Source:

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