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Dan Comerford, owner of the Wine & Cheese Cask in Somerville, expected to lose business if more supermarkets sell wine.
Dan Comerford, owner of the Wine & Cheese Cask in Somerville, expected to lose business if more supermarkets sell wine. (Globe Staff Photo / Josh Reynolds) Globe Staff Photo / Josh Reynolds
By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / January 29, 2006

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Dan Comerford takes wine very seriously: His Somerville liquor store, the Wine & Cheese Cask, sells about 2,600 varieties, ranging in price from $5 to $500. (Full article: 1158 words)

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