America takes its place as a global leader in drinking, producing wine


Wine experts say it is time to embrace America's place in the wine world. Producing and drinking wine used to be something we left to Europeans, but the United States has recently surpassed France and Italy to become the globe’s biggest wine-consuming nation. We're gaining on traditional wine-producing European countries in terms of producing wine too. Not only is the amount of wine we make on the rise, but the quality and variety of wine produced in the US has improved by leaps and bounds in the last couple decades. Authors Jancis Robinson and Linda Murphy argue it's time for America to own up to its role in the wine world. Read more.

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