Out in the vineyard

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Anne-Lise Koza, head of the Koza-Janot champagne house uses a refractometer to measure the sugar level of grape must on the first day of the harvests in the champagne vineyard in Buxeuil. AFP photo

Anne-Lise Koza, head of the Koza-Janot champagne house uses a refractometer to measure the sugar level of grape must on the first day of the harvests in the champagne vineyard in Buxeuil. AFP photo

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People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

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People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

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People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

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People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

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Wine growers take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

Wine growers take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

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Bacchus grapes are harvested on a vineyard near Branderoda, Germany. Wine-growers do not expect a huge harvest because of too little rain and too little sun. AFP PHOTO

Bacchus grapes are harvested on a vineyard near Branderoda, Germany. Wine-growers do not expect a huge harvest because of too little rain and too little sun. AFP PHOTO

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A grape picker empties his container during the first day of the Beaujolais' harvest in the 'Moulin a Vent' vineyard, near Chenas, Beaujolais, eastern France. AFP PHOTO

A grape picker empties his container during the first day of the Beaujolais' harvest in the 'Moulin a Vent' vineyard, near Chenas, Beaujolais, eastern France. AFP PHOTO

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Grape pickers work on the first day of the Beaujolais' harvest in the 'Moulin a Vent' vineyard, near Chenas, Beaujolais, eastern France. AFP photo

Grape pickers work on the first day of the Beaujolais' harvest in the 'Moulin a Vent' vineyard, near Chenas, Beaujolais, eastern France. AFP photo

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People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

People take part in the grape harvest for the Champagne house Koza-Janot in Buxeuil. AFP PHOTO

Updated on Sep 24, 2013 09:28 PM IST
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