Charles Simic: A Granite State miracle

Despite several irate comments regarding the article from New Hampshire residents, pointing out correctly that most of that wine bought in New Hampshire is most likely consumed in bordering states and by vacationers from as far as Canada passing through who canít resist our low prices, thereís no doubt in my mind that the consumption of wine has gone up in the forty-one years since Iíve settled in New Hampshire.


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