Fueled by Americans’ growing appetite for wine, wine bar concepts—increasingly found in towns and cities nationwide—now are taking flight in airports. Given flyers’ longer airport dwell times and increasingly sophisticated palates, fledgling concepts such as five-unit Vino Volo and four-unit Cibo Bistro & Wine Bar are finding a captive audience eager to pay for a fine glass of wine during their travels. “It’s doing very well here,” said Terry Dorrington, manager of ...
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