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THE PERFECT POUR

Master sommelier Dustin Wilson is betting that millennials will trust an algorithm to recommend wine.

So, you want to buy a bottle of wine. You sort of know what you like—bold reds, crisp whites—but not much more than the names of a few grapes. You head to your local wine shop, which, being a proper local wine shop, has a dizzying array of options: reds from Oregon, Argentina, and Italy; whites from South Africa,

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