Domestic and imported wine now sold in grocery stores
You can now pick-up a bottle of wine with your groceries.
Starting today, the Ontario Government will allow grocers to sell both domestic and imported bottles of wine.
The locations include the Loblaw’s College Square Market.
Last December, six-packs of beer started being sold in supermarkets across the province.
By 2025, 300 of Ontario's 1,500 grocery stores will be selling wine and 450 will stock beer.
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