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Gallup Poll shows French Paradox dying on the vine
Indifference by industry groups like The Wine Institute combined with ramped-up efforts by anti-alcohol groups are taking their toll on public perception. Gallup found that "The percentage of those viewing alcohol as beneficial is the lowest Gallup has found in this 15-year trend."
"ROTATED" in the graphic above means the pollsters rotated the order in which each of the three parts of the question were asked.
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Deep, rich, intense, bittersweet chocolate and tart black cherries paired with prominent oak and tannins make this a good value for lovers of big wines. JaM (John and Michelle Truchard) Cellars, $19. Had by the glass at Norman Rose in Napa.
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