Harrisburg, PA – Starting today, select Pennsylvania Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores will offer curbside pickups for wine and liquor orders.
Participating stores will take a limited number of orders by phone from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Saturday, or until the store reaches the maximum number of orders it can fulfill that day.
Curbside pickup orders will be limited to one order of no more than six bottles. Only one order will be accepted per caller, per store, per day. Callers will be guided by store staff through
products available to purchase at each location.
Payment by credit card will be required by phone, and all curbside pickup sales are final (no returns).
According to Fine Wine & Good Spirits, “Fine Wine & Good Spirits is making strides in expanding service to our customers. We ask you to remain patient if you don’t get through by phone right away. We’re optimistic our capacity to fulfill orders through our website and curbside pickup will increase in the coming weeks. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.”
Click Here for the full list of stores offering curbside pickup orders.
Our area includes the following places. Please be aware, this is not a full list. We have only listed the stores in our immediate listening area. Click Here for the full list.
Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection #1702
5720 Shaffer Road
Dubois, PA 15801
Fine Wine & Good Spirits #3302
567 W. Mahoning Street
Punxsutawney, PA 15767
Fine Wine & Good Spirits #2402
St. Mary’s Plaza Shopping Center
832 S. St. Mary’s Road
St Mary’s, PA 15857
Fine Wine & Good Spirits #1603
78 Clarion Plaza
Clarion, PA 16214
Harrisburg, PA (AP) — It’s been a month since Pennsylvania’s state liquor agency took the unparalleled step of closing the state-run stores that sell most of the retail liquor in the state. Some of its neighboring states are cracking down on sales to Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 pandemic, and some state-based distilleries are running out of their products. The state liquor stores have been trying to ramp up online sales, but that system has been largely an exercise in frustration for the state of nearly 13 million people. The board announced over the weekend that it will start curbside pickup on Monday. The month of relative sobriety is reinvigorating Pennsylvania’s perpetual debate over its Depression-era liquor store system.