‘We Sell Forbidden Happiness’: The Women Behind Tehran’s Thriving Illegal Wine Business

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Four decades after the consumption and sale of alcohol was banned in Iran following the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the market for illegal wine and other alcoholic drinks is thriving. Many of the wine producers in the capital, Tehran, are women who say they live in fear of being caught.
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