A growing number of grocery stores in Pennsylvania can now sell wine.
More stores continue to be approved for the state's new expanded wine license, creating an ever-increasing number of spots where shoppers can pick up food, beer and wine, all at one location.
How's that for a gift this holiday season?
This summer, Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law a bill loosening Pennsylvania's liquor laws and making grocery stores selling beer under a restaurant license eligible to apply for an expanded wine license.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board began accepting those applications Aug. 8, and has approved hundreds of permits in the following months. Recently approved permits include several Whole Foods locations and more Acme, Giant and Wegmans stores.
Here are the Philadelphia-area grocery stores with active expanded wine permits, as of mid-December: