Wine is fermented grape juice — nothing more, nothing less. But many American consumers are intimidated by it. The dizzying array of grape varieties, their origins and the mystique with which many producers have surrounded their products — allowing some to sell for hundreds of dollars per bottle — make ordering wine a daunting task. Nonetheless, Americans are drinking more of the beverage. The United States ranks as the world’s largest wine market, and ...
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