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    Finnish vineyards use creativity, not grapes, for wine

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    Can a near-Arctic island, in a wind-scoured archipelago known for beer and herring, produce drinkable wine without grapes? Yes, according to 72-year-old Ingmar Eriksson, the proprietor of Tjudoe Vineyard in the autonomous Finnish province of Aaland, where the wine is made from apples.Duration: 01:46