In our hometown, two restaurants that face each other across a main street have entirely different philosophies about their wine menus. One has an all-California wine list, which is large and impressive but limited by the range of styles that California produces. The other has a collection of wines from around the world.The quality of food in both restaurants is quite good, but we go to the restaurant with the global wine list much more frequently because we are intrigued by their ...

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