Some restaurant chains are taking advantage of an abundance of high-quality, well-priced wines to pass along eye-popping values to their guests. From half-off wine sales to wine lists showcasing wines priced for everyday purchasing, such deals recognize the frugal spending habits of many restaurant customers and are intended to fill seats in recession-thinned dining rooms.“The $100-a-bottle wine drinker is a $60-a-bottle drinker now,” said Regan Jasper, director of hospitality and ...
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