This Report Proves West Chester Loves Its Wine, Spirits


Proving that wine and spirits are in high demand locally, a West Chester store on Paoli Pike has recorded the second-most sales of the drinks in the state, according to a report published by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, writes Nicole Chynoweth for the Central Penn Business Journal.

The store, one of the more than 600 wine-and-spirit stores in the state, had total sales of $25.8 million.

Also in the report are total statewide sales by brand, with Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Black Label Tennessee Whiskey on top with $20 million in sales, followed by Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey and Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, both at around $16 million.

However, the most popular overall product is Vodka, which sold $261,867,114 for regular, and also took third place with around $100,099,381 for flavored varieties.

Among Pennsylvanian-made wine and spirits, Clover Hill Vineyards and Winery in Concord sat atop the list with $690,591 in sales.

Read more about wine-and-spirit sales in the Central Penn Business Journal here.

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