8 Women Reshaping Miami’s Wine Scene

By Amy Sedeno

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Miami might not be a wine-growing city, but oh is it developing as a growing wine city. Known for its cocktail-driven menus and the infamous bottle service, Miami has finally given into adulthood and realized that nobody likes a nasty hangover, but that many, many people are willing to spend big bucks on collectible wines- more about those people later.

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