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The owner of the Château Cos d'Estournel Bordeaux estate, Michel Reybier, has acquired a majority stake in Hungarian vineyards Hétszölö (49 ha) and Lencses Dulö (6 ha), for an undisclosed sum from French investment group EEM (Electricité et Eaux de Madagascar).


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