That is, if you live in China. Apparently tired of ripping off Microsoft Office and the latest Hollywood blockbusters, the Chinese have shifted their focus to another (really?) highly sought after product: Canadian Ice Wine. Yeah. Go figure. The knockoffs, which would never get far in the US with labels like "Whistler Estates Canada ice wine, Niagara Fall Pensula Rocky Mountain ice wine" [sic], have managed to significantly undermine sales of the real deal in China. The schizophrenic geography just doesn't trigger alarm bells after translation I guess.
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