State Shipping Laws for Wineries

This information is intended for winegrower licensees only.



Winery Laws By State


Wholesale Laws for Wineries



Colorado Sales Tax Changes for DTC

Please read through final paragraph below: As a result of the Wayfair decision, Colorado will require out-of-state retailers that have “substantial nexus” with the state of Colorado to apply to the Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) for a Sales Tax License by Nov. 1, 2018 and begin collecting Colorado sales tax on sales shipped to […]

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Upcoming Compliance Workshops

Wine Institute with Compli and FedEx is co-hosting a series of Compliance Workshops this fall in Lodi, the Sierra Foothills, Temecula, Napa and Monterey. Workshops will cover recent regulatory changes at the state and federal levels, focusing on such topics as direct shipping, end-of-the year reporting and what to expect in 2019. Winery owners, tasting […]

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Clarification of North Carolina Bond Requirement for DTC Shippers & Nonresident Vendors

North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) recently sent a letter to wineries that hold Direct Wine Shipper and Nonresident Wine Vendor permits outlining new registration, reporting and bonding requirements for alcohol permit holders. Wine Institute has confirmed with NCDOR that these changes do not impose new reporting or tax payment requirements on Direct Wine Shipper […]

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