Infographic: How we almost lost wine forever

For our readers who are wine lovers, we’re sharing this infographic that shows how a tiny insect that was accidentally transported from the United States to Europe caused a great migration of French workers — and also almost denied us of French wine forever.

Via: Presented by: Mocavo – Genealogy Search

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