COLORADO, USA — With the passage of Proposition 125 in November, Trader Joe's plans to sell wine at all of its Colorado locations.
Right now the California-based grocery chain has Wine Shops at only two locations, one in Denver and one in Colorado Springs.
In November, voters passed Proposition 125, which allows grocery and convenience stores that sell beer to also sell wine starting in March.
A spokeswoman for Trader Joe's confirmed that the chain plans to start selling wine at all Colorado locations but didn't have an exact timeline on when the sales might start. Under the new law, the earliest that sales could begin in March.
Trader Joe's has seven locations in Colorado. They include stores in the following cities:
- Colorado Springs
- Fort Collins
- Greenwood Village
Trader's Joe's is well-known for its bargain-priced wine, which was nicknamed Two Buck Chuck due to its low price point. Now though, the wine sells for a bit more than that.
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