More restaurants turn to tap wines

More restaurants turn to tap wines

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Wines on tap—dispensed from kegs, like beer—leads to cost savings, less of an environmental impact and wines that are fresh from the first to last glass, according to a Restaurant Wine report.

The article estimates there are over 200 establishments

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