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UK: Sales of low abv wines rise, but consumer interest stays weak - research

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UK sales of lower-alcohol wines rose by 40% to around GBP23m (US$37.4m) in 2011/12, but only a fifth of wine drinkers are interested in the category, according to latest research.


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