Grape glut brings cheap wine to consumers

03/18/2003 | Oregonian (Portland), The

The $1.99 wine sold at Trader Joe's stores has led some of the country's largest grocery chains to look into marketing their own low-price wines. Analysts say the frenzy of the cheap wine is caused partly by a marketing fluke, but also by a slow economy and consumers' cost-cutting tactics.

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