Wines from local vineyards are adding panache to wine departments, retailers report. In recent years many small, regional vineyards have come into their own, cultivating hybrid grapes and turning them into wines that rival the best that California, New York, Italy or France has to offer -- with price tags and margins to match. Small, local wineries are sprouting up across the country, said Doyle W. Hinman, sales director, domestic/export, Henry Estate Vineyards, a regional vineyard based ...

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