It may be a little late for your restaurant to get the full benefit of craft beer-on-tap craze and a little early to go all-in on the emerging kegged cocktail trend. But wine-on-tap looks like a beverage option whose time has come, thanks to an ever-widening consumer preference to order wine by the glass rather than by the bottle. No doubt the craft beer movement is still going strong and looks to be getting even stronger. Why else would casual restaurant giant Darden pay $585 million ...
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