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Freak storms have ravaged France�s Languedoc-Roussillon region, threatening to damage the new wine crop by leaving some vineyards under water at the crucial harvesting stage.

Beverage Daily
"Much of Montpellier turned into a ghost town late Tuesday as police told shops and cafés to shut after France's meteorological office put the whole region on a 'red alert' for extreme weather. The deluge that came was, in the end, less violent than expected, but still flung down enough water to flood villages and vineyards in the region - just as wine makers had begun their annual grape harvest."

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