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The Quebec Liquor Board is in negotiations to buy American online wine retailer JJ Buckley.

 

Its a San Francisco-based website that sells about 26-million dollars of wine per year and would give the SAQ not only a licence to sell alcohol in the United States, but to also negotiate better prices from suppliers.

 

The SAQ says its goal is to have sales of as much as 100-million dollars annually outside of Quebec within five years.

 

Currently the crown company does about 2.5-billion dollars in sales a year.

 

(Courtesy of CJAD)

 

:highfive: I am all for trying to get better prices and a larger selection of wine. Now the SAQ just needs to buy a spirits distributer in the US so we can get better prices on scotch, vodka and other hard alcohol.

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saq prices are retarded ... but as long as most of this is taxes, i don't really mind. these products can't really be considered anything other than luxury items, and that makes it less bothersome to me somehow.

 

i'd much rather them have a better selection of BEERS over cheaper wine and spirits ! amen..

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