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Thank you for posting these Wine Factoids. I do have a question...if Spain grows more grapes than everyone else, why are they only third in wine production?
Good question! Airén, an indigenous wine grape to Spain, accounts for a large percent of the wine grapes grown. It can be used to make a light, dry white wine but it is primarily used for producing brandy instead.
Sandra, that was fun :-)Roses at the ends was very interesting: the canary in the mine!Merry Christmas and cheers to you and yours!
Thanks Dennis, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you as well!
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