”Two bottles of Vino Tinto and a Perlerose.... Two Vino Tinto and a Perlerose...” I remember how I, as a newly-minted tjugoåring used to be, and silently repeat my order in the long queue to the Systembolaget on the Street. The horror was to come to the cashier, start to stammer and get great glances of the often harsh staff.
people than The staff in the day? The weird dishes you will be hauling by so smiles the equally friendly and provides dedicated recommendations. You can sit in the dugout at any time – and miles away from the nearest liquor store and order from specialsortimentet. Then arrive the whole thing down a few days later at the nearest agent. What is not it, if not for the height of freedom of choice?
those who want to abolish the Monopoly. Skip the ideology, the was little practical. Sure you could make adjustments of the monopoly, but why would you want to change a fantastic selection and competent vendors against a Vino Tinto selection at Ica or Lidl? Just for a little bit more generous opening hours?
In the latest Förtroendebarometern the tops of the Wine list. Swedes in Stockholm as well as in the whole country, thus relying more on alcohol monopolies than at Säpo, the Swedish Tax agency, IKEA, the Riksbank and the royal family. It says something?
Helena Lindblad is filmredaktör in DN and look forward to spring's first roséglas out. Also read her columns about the lawless pirathamnen of Årstaviken and if the market really is the answer to housing crisis?