The name—Wine Doggy Bag—although descriptive, still sounds a little cheesy for upscale restaurant use. But never mind. The product does exactly what it’s supposed to do: enable restaurant patrons to take home the unused portion of their wine. And it lets them do so legally, although they have to lug it around in a sealed transparent bag that resembles something a transplant organ courier might use. But when savvy restaurateurs who’ve tried products like this one say that wine sales take off ...

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