I heard a lot about how this idea of allowing wine to be sold in grocery stores will somehow put liquor stores out of business.
Is this in fact true?
If one were to go to, Chicago, per se, grocery stores sell liquor, wine, etc. Heck, even 7-11 sells liquor.
But, liquor stores are still all over the place. None of them are out of business. They prosper, actually.
So, is this opposition to wine being sold in grocery stores just a way to try to keep competition down? Honestly, I doubt grocery stores will sell good wine, or even most of the Niagara Wine Trail vintages. Liquor and Wine stores will still have their place.
What does everyone here think?