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Uncorking Hidden Gems: The Rise of the 15-Liter Wine Bottle in Florida

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Gov. Ron DeSantis signs bill allowing massive wine bottle sizes.

description: a group of winemakers at a vineyard in florida are gathered around a massive 15-liter wine bottle, cleaning and inspecting it with care. the bottle, known as a nebuchadnezzar, shines in the sunlight as the winemakers prepare it for filling with the finest wine produced at the vineyard. the scene captures the excitement and anticipation surrounding the new legislation signed by gov. ron desantis, allowing for the sale of larger wine bottle sizes in the state.

In a move aimed at modernizing Florida's wine laws, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Thursday at a Fort Lauderdale wine store, signaling a significant shift in the state's approach to wine sales. The new legislation removes the previous limit on wine container capacity, paving the way for wine lovers to indulge in bottles up to 15 liters in size.

Floridians will soon be able to buy giant bottles of wine -- up to 15 liters in volume -- under legislation signed into law by Gov. DeSantis. This change opens up a world of possibilities for wine enthusiasts, allowing them to enjoy larger formats of their favorite wines and share the experience with friends and family on special occasions.

Call 100 of your friends over, it will soon be legal to buy wine bottles up to 15 liters now that Gov. DeSantis signed a bill to reduce restrictions on wine container sizes. This exciting development in Florida's liquor laws is sure to shake up the wine scene and create new opportunities for both consumers and retailers.

What is a nebuchadnezzar? Here's some Florida liquor laws you might not know about, including a law that will no longer apply summer 2024. With the recent changes signed into law by Gov. DeSantis, wine enthusiasts in Florida can look forward to exploring a wider range of wine bottle sizes, including the impressive 15-liter option.

Wine lovers in Florida will soon be able to buy bottles larger than a gallon, after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation expanding the size limits for wine containers. This means that wine enthusiasts will have access to a whole new world of options when it comes to selecting and enjoying their favorite wines, with the opportunity to purchase massive 15-liter bottles for special celebrations and gatherings.

FORT LAUDERDALE - Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that will allow larger sizes of wine containers to be sold in Florida, opening up new possibilities for wine enthusiasts across the state. The removal of the container capacity limit means that consumers will soon be able to purchase 15-liter wine bottles, providing a unique and exciting way to enjoy their favorite vintages.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - With the recent signing of a new bill by Gov. Ron DeSantis, Florida residents can look forward to purchasing wine bottles up to 15 liters in size. This change represents a significant shift in the state's liquor laws and will undoubtedly have a major impact on the wine industry in Florida.

Winemakers at the Chapel Down Winery in Tenterden, Kent, clean a 15-liter Nebuchadnezzar bottle, the largest bottle of English Sparkling Wine. This impressive bottle size is now set to become more widely available in Florida, thanks to the recent legislative changes signed into law by Gov. DeSantis. Wine enthusiasts in the state can now look forward to enjoying their favorite wines in larger formats, perfect for special occasions and celebrations.

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