Majority in Finland want wine with up to 15% alcohol content sold in grocery stores, according to a survey commissioned by lobby group PTY (the Finnish Grocery Trade Association). PTY said that the percentage has increased by up to 17% over the past decade, compared to previous polls. The current practice is to sell wine only in state alcohol outlets. The online survey, carried out by polling firm Taloustutkimus, also shows that around 20% of survey participants had a neutral opinion, while 20% of respondents are openly against the option. Read more: