Demand for French wine grapes is disastrously low. Small winemakers think more ads and less-stringent control of slogans may help boost their business. The French Senate is proposing legislation to ease controls. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and Fabrice Layer, an aide to a lawmaker from the Burgundy region.
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