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  • Tamlyn Currin
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  • Tamlyn Currin
19 Feb 2019

It's not just wine here, you know. 

There's a quiet revival going on in unexpected corners of the wine world. It's a revival of a wine so old-fashioned that it's ancient; and so ancient that although it's creation has been credited to Hippocrates, he was in fact a late adopter. The Indians were making it 500 years before he…