How can a retail shop in Pennsylvania sell wine? PINOT and Paradocx Vineyard are benefitting from a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board rule that allows vineyards in the state to sell their creations at up to five locations. Paradocx has selected PINOT as one of its five outlets.
“It’s very exciting, and a bit unusual, that we’re able to sell wine now alongside all of our wine accessories. It’s a great development for local residents and all of our loyal customers says Dan Soskin, owner of PINOT. “Now PINOT is ‘Everything Including the Grape”
The “Paint Can which can hold 3.5 liters of wine (more than four bottles) and retails for $34.99, has been a big hit for Paradocx. “It’s definitely a conversation starter. The cans even come with a ‘stirrer” says Soskin.
Varieties include the “Whitewash a white wine, along with a red, “Barn Red” and a blush, “Pail Pink Fourteen other wines from Paradocx are available in bottles, and can be purchased cold – useful on the way to one of the BYOB restaurants in the neighborhood.
About PINOT Boutique
PINOT Boutique, located at 227 Market Street in the heart of Old City, is a wine lover’s playground, offering an array of wine accessories, specialty items and more. From decanters to corkscrews, stemware to wine storage units, PINOT has established a reputation as the place to shop for just about anything wine-related. In 2008, PINOT was awarded "Best of Philly" for Best Specialty Shop by Philadelphia Magazine. For more information, call (215) 627-WINE or visit www.PinotBoutique.com.
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