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Jean-Sebastian Morin - American Wines

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Jean-SebastianMorinStudio.jpgUsually when you think of American wines your thoughts head to California - and it's certainly a power house with the first wine grapes being planted in 1770. But there are new wine regions, new trends and the vineyards in California are becoming more specialized. To talk about some of these developments I'm joined by Sommelier Jean-Sebastian Morin - he's the wine category manager for the PEI Liquor Control Commission.

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