Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Modifies Pricing Regulations

Published 03/03 2014 12:21PM

Updated 03/03 2014 07:39PM

A pricing change has come for Pennsylvania’s Wineries.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has eliminated the requirement that a licensed limited winery cannot sell wine at the winery for less than that same wine sells at Fine Wine & Good Spirits Stores.

Previously, Pennsylvania wineries had to sell their wine to the plcb for a significant discount to account for the agency’s markup and liquor tax.

According to the Pennsylvania Winery Association, The Commonwealth has more than 150 wineries, infusing more than $2 billion into the economy.

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