Sangria banned in Virginia

Time to get rid of these stupid 75-year-old laws that don’t apply anymore. This means you Utah.
Virginia’s Sangria Ban At Issue in 2 Hearings –

A Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control agent conducting a routine inspection in 2006 cited La Tasca Spanish Tapas Bar and Restaurant in Old Town Alexandria for violating an obscure 75-year-old state law:
It’s illegal to serve sangria in Virginia.
The fruity cocktail of wine and brandy that is a must-have at Spanish restaurants violates a law that forbids mixing wine or beer with spirits. If convicted, a bartender could go to jail for a year.