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The New Zealand wine industry is turning into a Monopoly board as overseas investors swoop on attractive properties. Leading wineries say they are receiving three or four offers a month from investment and real estate brokers but many warn that the new, fair-weather wine growers could find their investments hard to swallow. The Kiwi dollar's Titanic plunge against other currencies means that buying into New Zealand's young wine market is very cheap for overseas investors.


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