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Volunteers are busy de-stemming and crushing thousands of kilograms of grapes. But this isn't a winery in Tuscany or Bordeaux. It's in east London. As a startup, Renegade Urban Winery has limited funds for a big workforce come harvest time, so they turn to volunteers to help with processing the grapes - with payment in fun, food, some teaching and a few glasses to drink.Warwick Smith founded the winery in 2016. "I think that the rise in urban made products is really about transparency, people re