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THERE is no right or wrong when it comes to something as subjective as wine pairing as it boils down to personal taste.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Temperatures soared on Monday in Australia's normally icy cool state of Tasmania, the country's closest point to the South Pole, reaching more than double the summer average with hot air blowing in from a scorching mainland.
NEW YORK: Selling Yugoslav furniture in America prepared Emil Gaspari for an unlikely life as a wine promoter.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - South Australian winery owner Clare Anderson said she was "crying into her vines" as her fire-ravaged estate was hit by another bout of intense heat on Friday, robbing the vineyard of a chance to recover.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is threatening to deport European Union citizens if they fail to apply on time for a new immigration status after Brexit and will only grant leniency in exceptional circumstances, according to people briefed on the plans.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Catalonia's pro-independence regional chief Quim Torra called for talks with Spain's central government on Saturday to try to end a wave of violence sparked by the jailing of separatist leaders.
SHILO, West Bank (Reuters) - It's harvest time in vineyards atop the hills of Shilo settlement in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. But it's not Jewish settlers picking the grapes, it's evangelical Christians.
Buzzing like a giant insect over the verdant Moselle Valley, a drone sprays fungicide over rows of vines.
DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) - It was on the third day of a five-day bus tour across Iowa last week that 2020 White House contender Kamala Harris finally seemed to hit her stride.
BORDEAUX/PARIS (Reuters) - American lovers of fine French wine are likely to keep stocking their cellars and uncorking bottles despite U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to impose a tax in a potential new trade war. But makers of cheaper French vintages are concerned.