I’m not an alcoholic, so I never saw the name of the store to be one about alcoholism. It sounded carefree and romantic to me.
I would suggest carrying a really good wine selection and do lots with tastings and such. Wine is year round. Flowers are more special occasion and can be an impulse buy when purchasing wine.
But, be careful, what you could be talking about sounds like operating two separate businesses in one shop. A florist AND a wine store.
Perhaps, the best way to go, so as not to have two completly different business to run, is to have one aspect take the lead and the other the supporting cast. You may want to do an assessment on which component will be the better lead. (My guess would be the wine would be the big catch and the flowers are for sale as an impulse buy)
For finding flowers to sell, I know a guy in DC who buys wholesale flowers and makes a mint selling them off the street. They’re good quality flowers, and a cheap way to run a simple cash business. You may want to buy your flowers this way so that your flower portion of the shop is really just a flower place and not a full blown florist.
Or, if you’d rather be more of a florist, then you’ll want to work with fewer vendors on the wine side.
Good luck! I travel Rt. 15 through Emmittsurg often, so If you ever get it off the ground, I’ll stop by.
one last bit of advice: get help from your town/county and state on opening a small business. Being a woman, you may additional support. Plus, there are all sorts of free places to help you get started. First step, you need business plan, which can take 6 mos to a year.
Best of Luck!