Wine connoisseurs have tastes for different types of wines, but not everyone has a taste for putting wine in grocery stores.
More than 100 sheriffs and police chiefs have signed a petition to show concern for the measure that could legalize selling wine in Tennessee grocery and convenience stores.
They say it would increase underage drinking.
Wine maker Lee Morse says he doesn't think it would be a problem.
"I don't know any 17 year old 18 year old who would be like, 'lets go get some chardonnay!'" said Morse.
While he's in favor of the measure, he is concerned about how it could affect their business.
"The price will be driven down by the big grocery stores that the smaller specialty stores can't compete with."
For frequent wine drinkers like Meagan Brown, the measure would be helpful.
"I think it's be a good idea, to be honest with you , I mean I personally buy wine a lot you know and I think it'd be easier for me, instead of having to go all the way to the liquor store somewhere to go to the grocery store," said Brown.
Morse believes people will still have good reasons to choose liquor stores and wineries over the store.
"You're typical check out counter kid is probably not gonna know much about wine and be very helpful to at least point you in the right direction," he said.
Morse admits he's torn on the issue.
He said, "Personally I like it but as far as how it may affect the industry, it may be harder for smaller guys like us a for locally owned liquor stores to really compete with the prices."