Eric Asimov

wine critic at the NY Times

Eric Asimov on KCRW

Millennials and Gen Zers have a lot of drinking options: hard seltzers, hard tea, cocktails, beer in a can. Can those who make wine and non-alcoholic beverages keep up?

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