A marked uptick in global wine and champagne sales last year has injected some much-needed fizz into the vineyard investment market.  

That follows a dismal 2020, when pandemic-related restrictions on social gatherings and tourism put a cork in exports for most of the world’s wine-producing regions.    ..

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