- Required: Yes
- Fee: $50
- Expiration:June 30th of each year
Gross Receipts Tax
- Tax on Shipping:Yes
- Required: Yes
- Wine: $.45/liter
- Fortified Wine: $1.50/liter
- Small Winery -first 80,000 liters: $.10/liter
- Small Winery – 80,001 to 950,000 liters: $.20/liter
Limits per Winery
- 2 cases per person per month
- Sales Tax: Monthly by the 25th
- Excise Tax: Monthly by the 25th
New Mexico transitioned from a reciprocal state to a permit state on July 1, 2011. Beginning July 1, 2011 all wineries must have a permit and NM tax identification number in order to ship to consumers. Direct Shipper Renewal Applications are due April 1st, and must be notarized.
- Submit proof of New Mexico CRS # from NM Taxation & Revenue Department with Direct Wine Shipper Permit Application.
- Excise taxes and Gross Receipts Tax (similar to sales tax) must be reported monthly. Gross Receipts Tax Returns must be filed online using the E-file system.
- Wine must be shipped in packages that are conspicuously labeled with the words: “CONTAINS ALCOHOL SIGNATURE OF PERSON 21 YEARS OR OLDER REQUIRED FOR DELIVERY.”
For small wineries or winegrowers, the liquor excise tax rate on the increased volume limit is $0.30 per liter of wine for sales from 950,001 to 1,499,999 liters. The tax rate of $0.10 per liter of wine still applies to the first 80,000 liters sold, and the tax rate of $0.20 per liter of wine applies to sales from 80,001 to 950,000 liters. A small winegrower is a person who produces less than 1,500,000 liters of wine in one year (effective Jan. 1, 2014).
State-by-State COVID-19 Guidance for ABC LicenseesApril 15, 2020
To assist with winery sales and business operations, Wine Institute’s State Relations Team has compiled a listing of guidance for State ABC licensees in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The new resource page is updated continuously as new information is released and changes impacting the sale and regulation of wine are implemented. Many of the … Read More ⟶