Can wine industry draw a new generation of drinkers?

By Jenna Kagel

“The wine industry has made virtually no effort to widen its appeal. It's still thought of largely as a drink for white people. That's changing very slowly, but the industry itself could put a lot more effort into diversifying its marketing,” says Eric Asimov, wine critic at the New York Times. Photo by Shutterstock.

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