Forbidden Wine: A French Family Affair Overproduction, under-consumption, and competition from new world wines are threatening the future of some French wines. Eleanor Beardsley visits the village of Beaumont in the Ardeches, where their wine has a much bigger problem: it's illegal.
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Forbidden Wine: A French Family Affair

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Forbidden Wine: A French Family Affair

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Forbidden Wine: A French Family Affair

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Overproduction, under-consumption, and competition from new world wines are threatening the future of some French wines. Eleanor Beardsley visits the village of Beaumont in the Ardeches, where their wine has a much bigger problem: it's illegal.