Over the past few years, a new trend has emerged in restaurant wine programs. A growing number are expanding their selections beyond the familiar regions of the wine world. Obscure or hard-to-find varieties, appellations and producers are earning the spotlight. Wines by the glass are no longer captive to large brands. The overlooked is valued, and diversity reigns. Wine Spectator's Nathan Wesley explains.
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