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Wine in Supermarkets

 
Author songoose
Registered User
#1  Posted: Nov 17, 2016 10:40  

Here's my hot take on wine in supermarkets -- what experience have you had?

http://pavineco.com/wine-supermarkets-pennsylvania/
Author WharfRat
Registered User
#2  Posted: Nov 19, 2016 12:54  

I've bought wine at Wegmans in NY, they actually have a fairly solid selection although they do tend to stock wines with larger production. Prices, especially sales, are pretty decent. It is a nice convenience, and covers the basics. Supposedly wine purchasers at grocery stores spend more on their non-wine purchases.
Author bigred
Contributor
#3  Posted: Nov 19, 2016 22:10 | Edited by: bigred  

It may take some time, but I am also looking forward to discovering some privately owned shops around here one day...
Author jlburd
Contributor
#4  Posted: Nov 20, 2016 09:25  

It's hard to imagine anything significant changing until the state gets out of the business and retailers can negotiate with wholesalers directly. That will favor larger, smarter buyers. Like admin, I have a Virginia connection and shopping at a Costco in Richmond isn't like shopping at a Giant Eagle or Wegman's here. Almost always a surprise or three. To Songoose's and Red's point, I have experienced wine shopping heaven at the Century Liquor & Wines next to the Wegman's flagship store in Pittsford NY (it's owned by a Wegman). It has amazing selection, lots of availability of wines aged immaculately and even a high-rollers section. Shouldn't take more than 50 years for that to develop here...
 
 
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