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Pennsylvania Governor Signs Wine Grocery Bill

June 9, 2016

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has signed into law a bill that allows wine sales in some grocery outlets and direct shipping of wine to consumers, among other changes. Under the new legislation, Pennsylvania groceries with existing licenses to sell beer may sell up to four bottles of wine per customer. The law also allows restaurants and hotels to sell up to four bottles of wine per customer for takeout, as well as direct shipment of up to 36 cases of wine to individual Pennsylvania consumers per year. Additionally, it lifts the restrictions on hours, Sunday sales and flexible pricing at state-owned liquor stores.

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