Kegged wine is a movement that is still finding its footing in the restaurant world but one which has piqued the curiosities of guests and industry insiders. Along with bottle lists, more restaurants are offering wines on tap, fed by 5.2-gallon kegs. While kegged wine might be a tough sell to traditionalists, they are trending for good reason: cork and glass are becoming more difficult to source and the kegged wines offer a sustainable and cost-effective alternative. They also save space. Watch this space.