The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board must allow for direct delivery of specialty wines, the state Supreme Court has ruled after a dispute about whether bottles needed to be routed through the state agency first before making their way to customers.
The high court on Thursday issued a one-sentence order affirming a ruling from Commonwealth Court Judge P. Kevin Brobson, who had found that the agency was failing to properly implement changes to the liquor code mandating that specialty wine sellers distribute their products directly to customers, rather than routing them first through the liquor board’s facilities.
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