For some supermarket chains, the modus operandi for resetting wine departments these days could be "Out with the Old World, in with the New." New World wines -- varietals from vineyards in the Americas, Australia and South Africa -- are making a big splash in supermarkets, and sometimes at the expense of traditional Old World producers in France, Italy and Germany, according to retailers in markets across the country where wine is merchandised in supermarkets. In addition, newcomers from ...

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