The bulk of liquor sales in the province of Ontario is done through the government retail agency, the LCBO, which brings in a good deal of revenue to the public coffers. The current leader of the provincial opposition, a loathsome little troll who never heard of a privatization idea he didn't like, would eventually like to privatize it if he ever gets elected. Given that this sneering nitwit takes all his life lessons from his mentor, a former premier who gutted the province, did away with regulations, caused tremendous damage to the province and turned people against each other (and actually has the deaths of citizens to his name), I'm inclined to never, ever vote for that party while it's being held hostage by neo-con jackals.
Here in Ontario, there's a healthy number of wineries based out of the north shore of Lake Erie and the Niagara peninsula. I was in an LCBO store in December, and the unusual names of these two bottles side by side amused me.