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GIVEN the recent reports that suggested that wine had played too important a part in the social life of a certain Merseyside parish (News, 24 January), I have a certain hesitancy in writing about which wines to choose for church functions.

I know that, in my own benefice, the availability of a glass of wine has saved a number of events from making a loss. Perhaps surprisingly, we have been more successful when we have not charged for a glass of wine, but asked for ...

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