UK: Rosé wine used to measure inflation

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 24 March 2009

Rosé wine's growing popularity in the UK has seen it join the list of items tracked by the country's Office of National Statistics as a way of measuring price inflation.

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Rosé wine's growing popularity in the UK has seen it join the list of items tracked by the country's Office of National Statistics as a way of measuring price inflation.

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