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San Francisco-based DIY wine specialists Crushpad have just opened a branch in Bordeaux, so if you've got a hankering to see if you can beat producers like Ausone and Cheval-Blanc at their own game (the facility is located in St-Emilion), now's your chance. And no matter what, it's got to be cheaper than buying top quality Bordeaux vineyards, which can run around $670,000 an acre...