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Developing a wine tourism industry is a "win-win" situation for companies and the economy, New Zealand prime minister Helen Clark told a conference this week. The First Wine Tourism conference is being held at Montana Brancott's new visitor centre in the Marlborough wine region of New Zealand.


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