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Mitchell City Council Approves Wine License

Mitchell City Council Approves Wine License

The Corn Palace will soon sell its own specially-labeled wine.  The Mitchell City Council voted last night in favor of the tourist attraction’s application to obtain an on and off sale wine license.  Corn Palace Director Mark Schilling says South Dakota wines with special labels will be sold specially at the Corn Palace as souvenir items.  The onsale portion of the license would only be used for special events or for specific wine tastings.  Wine would not be sold during school events at the Corn Palace, nor would it be sold during the Corn Palace Festival.  The vote last night was 4-3 in favor of granting the Corn Palace an on and off sale wine license.

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