Wine is a category on the move, and wellness is playing a big part. According to the Organic Trade Association, sales of organic wine hit $80 million in 2005, and are expected to grow at 17% a year through next year. Red wine in particular has ridden a strong wave of positive health news since the late 1980s, when moderate consumption was found to reduce inflammation, cholesterol and heart disease. Organic varieties further build on that reputation. ÔÇťOrganic wines are always a steady ...

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