After the crash in 2008, many people didn't want to be as showy so they put wine in their basement. But, that has changed. People don't want their cellars in the basement anymore. They want them upstairs - visible - in the kitchen or their dining room. What they are made of has also changed. No more wood, now they're made of sleek metal and glass. So the next time you have that glass of wine - know that it has created an industry - it has given people jobs, and that makes the wine taste even better. TheStreet's Special Correspondent Tracy Byrnes has details from Wall Street.
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