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Founded by Bagus Rai Budarsa in 1994, Hatten Wines is located near Bali’s arid northeast coast. Indonesia is overwhelmingly Muslim, and since 1990, it has outlawed any new alcohol-producing enterprises. But Budarsa had a successful rice-wine business prior to the ban, allowing him to continue making wine. The grapes used are Probolinggo Biru (possibly brought to Indonesia by the Dutch), the French grape Alphonse-Lavallée, and Belgia, a Muscat grape. 

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