King of Prussia Residents Can Now Grab a Bottle of Wine to Go at Wegmans

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Charlie Dunford is on hand at Wegman's King of Prussia store to help customers with their wine selection. (Image via The Times Herald)

Thanks to the changes in state liquor laws that allow supermarkets to sell wine, King of Prussia residents can now grab a bottle at Wegmans, writes Gary Puleo for The Times Herald.

Pennsylvania House Bill 1690, also known as Act 39, was signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf in June. It has created a monumental change in the commonwealth’s liquor code by loosening restrictions on sales of alcohol and enabling licensed restaurants to start offering wine-to-go sales.

According to Jo Natale, Wegmans vice president of media relations, its shoppers are very happy to have the choice of their favorite wines next to the sweeping array of gourmet and other everyday items Wegmans is famous for.

“Customers love the convenience. They mention that over and over again,” noted Natale. He added that customers also love the availability of local Pennsylvania wine and the store is promising to bring in more cooking and wine presentations in the imminent future as part of its marketing.

Read more about the new Wegmans addition at The Times Herald by clicking here.

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