48 Fine Wine & Good Spirits Stores Indefinitely Close in Pennsylvania Due to Crime Spree

Joel Eisenberg
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Author’s Note

This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets: ScrapeHero.com, The-Sun.com and Google Maps.


Fine Wine & Good Spirits has indefinitely closed 48 of its 580-plus Pennsylvania locations.

Firstly, per ScrapeHero.com's most recently updated store location count prior to this week's closures: There are 571 Fine Wine and Good Spirits stores in the United States as of September 13, 2023. The state with the most number of Fine Wine and Good Spirits locations in the US is Pennsylvania, with 571 stores, which is about 100% of all Fine Wine and Good Spirits stores in the US.

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Fine Wine & Good Spirits, 2023

According to a September 28th report from The-Sun.com, Fine Wine & Good Spirits closed all their Philadelphia, Pennsylvania stores and more, following mass thefts and looting on Tuesday night, September 26th.

As excerpted from the report: 18 stores were robbed and damaged across the city as police arrested dozens of suspects. Fine Wine & Good Spirits closed all 48 of its stores in the city and one of its locations in Cheltenham Plaza, Montgomery County. Police have arrested 52 people, as of Wednesday afternoon, including three juveniles.

The other stores closed reportedly as a safety precaution for company employees, none of whom it should be noted were injured.

It is unknown if any of the stores will reopen.


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