The organic segment represents a small part of the wine business, but it's on course for rapid growth, according to retailers and market research. “We're getting a lot more requests for organic wine,” said Todd Templin, Dorothy Lane Market's beer and wine director. Organic wine generated $18 million in sales at food, drug and liquor stores for the 52 weeks ending Feb. 10 — a whopping 40% growth from the same period a year earlier — according to ACNielsen. While the overall table wine ...

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