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French scientists have announced they have developed a DNA test which can tell whether a top wine is what it claims to be or has been blended with a cheaper wine. By analysing the DNA of the grapes used, scientists at the National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRA) say they can build a genetic picture of a wine.


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