Wine Institute with Compli and FedEx is co-hosting a series of Compliance Workshops this fall in Lodi, the Sierra Foothills, Temecula, Napa and Monterey. Workshops will cover recent regulatory changes at the state and federal levels, focusing on such topics as direct shipping, end-of-the year reporting and what to expect in 2019. Winery owners, tasting […]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
North Carolina Department of Revenue (NCDOR) recently sent a letter to wineries that hold Direct Wine Shipper and Nonresident Wine Vendor permits outlining new registration, reporting and bonding requirements for alcohol permit holders. Wine Institute has confirmed with NCDOR that these changes do not impose new reporting or tax payment requirements on Direct Wine Shipper […]Read More
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) continues to simplify its reporting requirements for Direct Wine Shippers. Effective immediately, Direct Wine Shippers are no longer required to complete quarterly reports by ZIP code, either for the current reporting period or for past reporting periods. The PLCB is working to remove the ZIP code reporting requirement from […]Read More