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In a move that will bring tears to the eyes of wine snobs, the UK's biggest off-license will pilot a scheme arranging wines by price. The idea is to remove the intimidation that consumers may feel when buying wine. Thresher hopes that making wine easier to choose will increase consumer experimentation; it could also increase the audience for wine in the UK.


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