The holidays are almost here, which means you'll likely be hosting a dinner party or going to a dinner party. On Sunday, Paul Kalemkiarian, the president of the Wine of the Month Club, appeared on KCAL9 News to discuss the latest in the wine industry. Amy Johnson reports.

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