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Chef and owner Melissa Perello pours a glass of the house white wine from a pitcher etched with one ounce markings after drawing it from a tap at her Frances restaurant in San Francisco, Friday, July 23, 2010. Customers at the restaurant are charged $1 for each ounce they consume. Ordering wine by the glass used to mean scant choices and bland options. That's changed, with restaurants amping up the volume on what's available by the glass and making sure that the wines poured are at optimal freshness. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Photo by: Eric Risberg
Chef and owner Melissa Perello pours a glass of the house white wine from a pitcher etched with one ounce markings after drawing it from a tap at her Frances restaurant in San Francisco, Friday, July 23, 2010. Customers at the restaurant are charged $1 for each ounce they consume. Ordering wine by the glass used to mean scant choices and bland options. That's changed, with restaurants amping up the volume on what's available by the glass and making sure that the wines poured are at optimal freshness. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

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