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A few years ago, in the wine list of a restaurant in the financial district of Atlanta, in Georgia (southern state), several references of wines from the Rýas Baixas denomination of origin could already be found. It is not strange either to find in wine bars in Chicago, Illinois (Midwest of the country), various references to Galician wines and there are even gourmet stores that show off their linear preserves made in Galicia at prices around eight dollars for a can of mussel that in A Coruýa can be found for just over two euros, even less when it is on sale. Galician wines, preserves and even cheeses have crossed the pond for years to find a place in restaurants or gourmet shops in a country that increasingly appreciates wine to accompany cheese, or not. A good proof is that these products have not only remained in large multicultural cities like New York, on the East coast, or Los Angeles, in the West. Much less common is to find in Galicia references of wines from states like ...
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