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News of the weird in wine


     The 2005 Chateau Mouton-Rothschild is just sitting on wine shop shelves, even though its $549 price is half what it was going for six months ago. Hard economic times hit even rich connoisseurs.

     Copia, the wine museum opened by Robert Mondavi and Julia Child, is closed.

     England, to encourage moderation and health, is pondering doing away with happy hour.  So much for "this happy breed of men."

     On a happier note, researchers now say drinking wine may help to reverse Alzheimer's Disease.


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