Wholesale Laws for Wineries



Direct Shipping Laws for Wineries

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This information is intended for winegrower licensees only.



Arizona Targeting Illegal Direct Shipments

The Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) has significantly expanded its enforcement efforts to stop illegal direct to consumer shipments coming into the state.   In order to legally ship to adult consumers in Arizona a winery must obtain proper Arizona liquor licensing. The two licenses that are available are a Direct-To-Consumer Wine Shipment […]

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DTC Changes in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Public Act 73 of 2023 included numerous changes to the Department of Revenue and alcohol regulation. It created a new division within the department responsible for all alcohol related matters, mandated licensure and onerous reporting requirements for both fulfillment houses and common carriers and required the use of in-state agents. Following passage, UPS and […]

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Alaska DTC Update, Feb. 9, 2024

As previously reported, Alaska is in the process of developing new rules governing Manufacturer Direct Shipment Licenses (MDSL) which impacts wineries and other types of alcoholic beverage manufacturers becoming licensed prior to the program requirements being finalized. On Jan 30th, the Alaska Alcohol & Marijuana Control Office’s (AMCO) Alcohol Board approved a new draft of […]

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