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The Regional Convergence of Wine Drinking in the United States

By Martin W. Lewis | August 18, 2010 | 2 Comments

As we saw yesterday, regional disparities in alcohol consumption in the United States have diminished significantly in recent decades. But “alcoholic beverage” is a broad category, and in different parts of the country, people favor different drinks. Have beverage preferences converged as well? Today’s post examines wine consumption in the United States, again pairing

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