- Required: Yes
- Fee: $50
- Expiration:June 30th of each year
Wine Direct Shipment Tax Required
- Direct Ship Tax:12%
- Sales Tax:May be required
- Required: No
Limits per Winery
- 36 liters in any 12-month period per household address
- Required: Yes
- Direct Ship Tax: Monthly by the 10th
- Direct Shipment: Monthly by the 10th
- Record Retention: At least 3 years
- ONLY product labels NOT listed with the WY Liquor Division may be sold and shipped to consumers
- Prior to sending any shipment to any household or licensed retailer in Wyoming, wineries must obtain an out-of-state shipper’s license from the Department of Revenue Liquor Division.
- Licensed out-of-state wine shippers must remit a 12% tax of the retail price of each wine shipment to the Liquor Division.
- Legislation (H 47) increasing the direct-to-consumer volume limit from 2 to 4 cases per household per year became effective on July 1, 2015. In addition, the Wyoming Liquor Division has said that as of July 1, 2015 wineries must suspend DTC shipments of any products that are currently listed with the Division. Prior to July 1, 2015 the exclusion of products listed with the Division only applied to out-of-state wine shippers selling directly to retail accounts. Wine Institute is attempting to resolve the issue and will keep members informed as we try and work through to a solution.
- Ensure all shipping containers are conspicuously labeled “CONTAINS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ADULT (OVER 21) SIGNATURE REQUIRED FOR DELIVERY.”
Wyoming Improves DTC LawFebruary 19, 2021
Wyoming Governor Gordon signed HB 13 on Feb. 9, 2021, increasing the amount of wine that a licensed out-of-state wine shipper may ship to any one household address. The law, which goes into effect on July 1 of this year, allows Wyoming consumers to receive up to 12 cases of wine in a 12-month period. Previously, the … Read More ⟶