Wine Kiosks Get Trial Run In Pennsylvania Supermarkets
If the program is a success, the Liquor Control Board has said that the kiosks could be available in many more stores. Some complain that the process is too cumbersome but consumers, who'd like to buy wine in the same place they buy a meal, seem willing to give it a shot. The machines keep the wine at room temperature and are closed on Sundays and holidays. Currently the machines stock the most popular brands and are targeted at those just looking to pick up a decent bottle of everyday wine. After the pilot program is over there could be a $1 per bottle convenience fee charged and the amount and types of wines could be expanded.