ATLANTA -- As part of its grand entrance into the Atlanta market, Harris Teeter is positioning itself as the area's wine cellar. But the wine department in the chain's first store here is certainly no basement dweller. Wine is a focal point, situated smack-dab in the middle of the store -- an exclamation point to its overall sophisticated, yet fun, atmosphere. "We wanted to make wine a centerpiece," said Rush Dickson, senior vice president of marketing for the Charlotte, N.C.-based company. ...

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