By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL, July 1 (Reuters) - South Korea's free trade pact with the United States signed at the weekend should nicely pair South Korea's steadily growing wine market with the export ambitions of U.S. wine makers. But it may take several years of ageing before it leads to a drop in exorbitant wine prices in South Korea. "Korea is due for a big boom in California wine," said Dan Schulte, a senior executive with major importer Pieroth Korea. When the free trade deal comes ...
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