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December 10, 2004

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Hey, I just saw a bottle of caymus napa cab in my grocery store tonight. Nuthin' wrong with Ohio in terms of liquor laws and convenience. Now the whole election thing, what can I say...looking at the returns from the state, I think its safe to assume the Bush voters weren't ordering any 'olive oil'...

I don't know what aspect of buying wine in Ohio you don't like, but I think the selection is good, except for the inability to ship in wines from small wineries from California. (Hell, as a wine store owner, I can't even ship wines out of state to customers!) But the biggest problem I see is the mandatory mark up at the wholesale and retail levels. Soon, it will all change. Lower margins and greater values. If my customers drink more and better wines, that's great.

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