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Research in Focus - Japan: Younger Wine Drinkers Provide Fresh Impetus

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Japan's reputation as a conservative market which has reached a natural plateau is looking increasingly outdated, according to a Wine Intelligence report - and it's the 20-34 age group that's doing most to shake things up.


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