The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) completed its update to the direct wine shipment reporting interface in PLCB + making the reporting process more efficient and easier for wineries. Direct wine shippers now have the option to upload data using a PLCB-provided excel template, rather than manually enter sales data for each direct shipment to […]Read More
Coming Soon: Wholesale Rules Portal
Welcome to the Wine Institute Compliance Rules Site
We’re excited to announce that the next phase of the project will include a members-only rules portal with information for wineries that are selling through the three-tier system. To access this all new information, you’ll need your Wine Institute members-only site login information.
We’re working on the site design now, and hope to have more to share soon. If you want to provide feedback, or want to be the first to know when the new site launches, please fill out the form below and we’ll be sure you notify you!Join Wine Institute
HB 400, a Kentucky bill allowing limited direct-to-consumer spirits and wine shipments, has been signed by the state’s governor and is effective immediately. However, important issues remain unresolved and shipping to Kentucky is not advisable. As it stands, the bill allows for: Shipping of up to four cases of wine per day for purchases made […]Read More
According to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses & Control (DLLC), fewer than half of Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) licensees have filed the annual report due Jan. 31, 2018. Wineries that hold an Arizona DTC Wine Shipment (series 17W) License should file the 2017 Shipment Report immediately, if they have not already done so, through the Direct-to-Consumer […]Read More