Wine consumption is growing in the U.S., but some say wine culture is still too elitist. The program hears from industry experts as well as from the man behind the bargain wine nicknamed “Two Buck Chuck.”

Guests:
Leslie Sbrocco, wine author, consultant and host of Check, Please! Bay Area on KQED television
Julia Flynn Siler, writer at the Wall Street Journal and author of "The House of Mondavi: The Rise and Fall of an American Wine Dynasty"
Fred Franzia, president and CEO of Bronco Wine Company, maker of the Charles Shaw brand sold at Trader Joe's and nicknamed "Two Buck Chuck."

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