Thirty years ago, when we first started tracking wine in restaurants, chardonnay was the dominant force. At the time, it represented 44 percent of the most popular wines in America’s top dining rooms; now, it has retreated to 8 percent.
Sommeliers, once furiously stocking the big brands, now…
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