Sales of low-priced wine are being buoyed by thrifty consumers, who are drinking at home more often instead of dining out.
Particularly popular are domestic wines ranging in price from ¥500 to ¥1,000, prompting bottlers to promote relatively inexpensive wines whose sales can grow even in tough economic times.
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