A wine shop in Asheville is calling it quits. This ritequilas misfortune is clearly the fault of Asheville taxpayers who have been betting all their money on beer joints. They should have been more ginerous and provided cost-sherrying equal opportunities for manufacturers of other alcoholic beverages. Whereas it is possible that the wine business is not yet whiskey enough for government involvement, the people could at least champaign to raise taxes by a quarter- or absinthe. However, when one thinks of Asheville’s brandying, beer does go better with the provodkative, bare-footed belly dancing at the Drum Circle.