The growers on an archipelago west of Africa’s Moroccan coast are just beginning to understand their quirky inheritance: A seemingly random mix of vines brought to the islands centuries ago. Wayfarers from Europe, mostly but not only from Spain and Portugal, left those plants on their way to the New…
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This story appears in the print issue of Fall 2018.
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