The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board must allow for direct deliveries of specialty wines, a judge has ruled following the Commonwealth Court’s first hearing livestreamed online.

Commonwealth Court Judge P. Kevin Brobson ruled Friday in MFW Wine v. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board that the agency failed to properly implement changes to the liquor code that allowed specialty wine sellers to distribute products directly to customers, rather than routing them first through the liquor board’s facilities.

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