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Italian scientists have uncovered the 'life code' of the pinot noir grape plant, a breakthrough destined to change the future of wine-making; assuming growers, producers and the authorities actually allow GM modified grapes of course.

Wine International
"On Monday experts from the San Michele all'Adige Agrarian Institute presented the results of six years of research, in which they decoded the plant's genome - the complex molecular chains that constitute each organism's unique genetic heritage. The institute says the development will make it possible to create new, more resistant grape plants that can produce superior wines."


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