Food

After Thousands of Years, Wine-Making Grows in Turkey

NPR's Ivan Watson reports on efforts to revive the ancient wine industry in Turkey. In recent history, wine production has been almost non-existent, due in part to the country's majority Muslim population which prohibits the consumption of alcohol.

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