This was in the wine industry news yesterday and although I don't like to post multiple news articles on a weekly basis, this really has my stomach in a knot. In a modern world where in some states (like California) where wine is always at your finger tips, you come to miss the freedom in other states (like Pennsylvania for example) where wine is not readily available or easy to get. I want to see wines in grocery stores! It is the 21st century, after all! I would hate to see these things go (or at least, I would hate to see wine from the grocery store go...).
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Although I don't agree with the breathalyzers (personally, I believe an ID should suffice), and I think it's the LCB's way of making things complicated to show that people don't want to buy wine in grocery stores... I'm still going to do my part and improve awareness. Come on! I just saw aisles of beer in Wegman's... can we really fault wine like this?
Also, I want to know who is out there using them, and how it is going. So please, post here and let me know your stance!
This original article was posted at PennLive.com. It is pasted here for your convenience.