France faces worst wine grape harvest since 1945


Wine production to fall by 18% on 2016 after spring frosts ravaged vines, but the hot summer could deliver top vintages

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France is expecting its poorest wine grape harvest since 1945 after an unusually mild March and a frosty April, experts have said, although the hot summer promises to deliver excellent quality, reports The Guardian.