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Champagne Frost

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Champagne Frost

Champagne Frost

Champagne Frost

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Reporter Alice Furlaud, a Francophile to the bitter end, laments the partial loss of the grape crop in the Champagne region of France. A bitter frost in April killed half of the grapes used to make champagne. Despite the hardship, Linda and Ms. Furlaud raise a glass to better times.