A new amendment that could repeal Florida’s old wine law stating that wine cannot be sold in any container larger than one gallon means that larger wine bottles may soon be coming to store shelves in that state. The bill would allow the sale of any size container of wine, including the gigantic 50-liter “Sovereign” which was used to christian the world’s largest cruise ship, “Sovereign of the Seas.” The bill would also overturn an old law that states restaurant diners must consume a full meal before being allowed to take home a bottle of wine. The bill is expected to be voted on soon by the state Senate.
- Nebuchadnezzar is over-sized wine bottle holding much more than average.
- Sen. Jeff Brandes believes people of Florida can be trusted to be responsible.
- There is a bill in place for potential change in liquor laws.
“Current law generally makes it illegal to sell wine “in an individual container holding more than 1 gallon.”
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