In response to Wine Institute’s request for an update on the new permit allowing wineries producing 250,000 gallons to ship wine into Ohio, the Ohio Division of Liquor Control has provided the following information: “Effective 9/30/2021, the S permit will be split into the S-1 and S-2. The S-1 permit is essentially the current S […]Read More
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The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) has approved a new license and permit fee structure that will become effective on Sept. 1, 2021, and includes a change in the Out-of-State Winery Direct Shipper and Nonresident Seller permit fees. After several discussions between TABC and Wine Institute, TABC proposed a new, significantly lower fee for the DTC […]Read More
The Alabama ABC Board has released its new DTC pre-application form and required document checklist for obtaining licenses to become a direct wine shipper or wine fulfillment center. The forms are complex and Wine Institute is currently working with the ABC Board to see if some of the requirements can be streamlined to simplify the application process. […]Read More