Restaurants that fail to offer a selection of “green” wines on their menus run the risk of being out of touch with a significant and growing group of today’s environmentally conscious customers. Fortunately, it is easier than ever before to provide customers with wines that embrace environment­ally sound procedures, including organic, sustainable and biody­namic production meth­ods. Overall, green wines have much improved over the past few years in terms of ...

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