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Wine from Myanmar

>> Wednesday, April 18, 2007 More unusual wine destinations: Myanmar, or as it used to be called, Burma, has it’s first vineyard. It’s a German business man who have planted grapes in this isolated country. The area is said to be resembling the landscape in Tuscany and the vineyard is planted with various varieties, including Sauvignon Banc and Moscato. We have not yet tasted the wine… (On the other hand, it might also be a question of if you really want to drink wine from this strange country.)


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