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  • Jacques

    Because nothing beats wines from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

    The local wine concept works in France, Spain, and Italy for the same reason that their wines are sought after internationally.

  • JetJill

    I think the wine “kegs” sound fun.
    @Jacques – PA and NJ wines can be quite good, though I’ve never had DE. We have had several local wines on the menu at Jet, and they are generally well received.