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Half way through the harvest in Rioja in Northern Spain, grape prices have fallen dramatically in spite of attempts by the Consejo Regulador (the Regulatory Council) to maintain some semblance of tranquillity in the market. Angel Baro, the chairman of the council has repeatedly asked wineries and grape growers to behave in a responsible fashion.


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