FRANCE: South Africa wines impounded en route to Vinexpo

By Sophie Kevany | 20 June 2007

South African producers at Vinexpo 2007 today (20 June) finally welcomed the arrival of their wine samples, impounded by French customs causing them to miss three days of the world's largest wine trade fair.

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South African producers at Vinexpo 2007 today (20 June) finally welcomed the arrival of their wine samples, impounded by French customs causing them to miss three days of the world's largest wine trade fair.

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