It may be the norm around the world to have a bottle of wine available in the local supermarket but current liquor licensing laws in South Australia allow otherwise.
Foodland and the Independent Grocers Association (or IGA) are proposing to change liquor licensing laws so they can also stock wine.
The topic raises questions including underage drinking, alcohol consumption, but also the benefits of supporting local produce and wine makers.
An expert in the field, Associate Professor at UniSA, Tony Spawton spoke to Angus Randall to shed some light on the debate.
Produced by Katrina Berry