Since the 1990s the rural service town of Martinborough has reinvented itself as a wine village. Many of its buildings have been gentrified – or moved from other areas – and contain eateries and specialty shops, mainly catering for tourists. The refurbished Martinborough Hotel is a symbol of this transformation.
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Photograph by Colin Hicks
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