DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado voters have decided to allow wine sales in grocery and convenience stores, but how soon will that take effect?
About 80% of states allow wine sales in grocery stores. Colorado will soon be among them after Proposition 125 passed by about 28,200 votes, or 50.6% to 49.4%.
The measure updates the “Colorado Beer Code.” It will make it legal for vendors to sell wine in any establishment that is licensed to sell full-strength beer, including grocery and convenience stores. Still, liquor must still be purchased at a licensed liquor store.
So how soon will shoppers be able to pick up a bottle of red or white at the supermarket? According to the initiative, wine in grocery and…
Lanie Lee Cook
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