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Chilean wine is more popular than ever but its grape farmers face their worst crisis in 20 years with some saying they will leave their fruit to rot on the vine this year and then rip up their vineyards.

Years of over-planting and a bumper harvest have led to a grape glut in Chile, Latin America's biggest wine exporter.