Wholesale Laws for Wineries

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Direct Shipping Laws for Wineries

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FAQs

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This information is intended for winegrower licensees only.

 

COMPLIANCE ALERTS

Louisiana Sales Tax Changes for DTC

Wine Institute has just learned that wineries that sell and ship wine directly to consumers in Louisiana may be subject to additional local sales and use tax obligations under Louisiana’s remote seller economic nexus rules. Out-of-state direct wine shipper permittees must register with the Louisiana Sales and Use Tax Commission for Remote Sellers and collect […]

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Kentucky Direct-to-Consumer Shipping Delayed

Kentucky’s new law to allow for the direct-to-consumer (DTC) shipping of wine, beer and spirits by producers becomes effective on July 15. Wine Institute had hoped that the state would allow licensing and shipping to take place in parallel with the process of drafting and enacting the regulations. However, in response to Wine Institute’s direct […]

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Wineries Must Pay the Chicago Liquor Tax on DTC sales Beginning July 1, 2020

Earlier this year the Chicago City Council approved Mayor Lightfoot’s proposal to extend the city liquor tax to include remote and online sales shipped into Chicago. Prior to this change, the city liquor tax only applied to sales physically occurring in Chicago. Under the amended ordinance, any winery that ships direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales to a […]

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