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Louisiana Shipping Rules

In response to questions about shipping wine to Louisiana, I thought a short summary of direct-to-consumer wine shipping rules was in order. Louisiana regulations do not prohibit wineries with a relationship with a licensed wholesaler in Louisiana from making off-site direct-to-consumer shipments. The Alcohol and Tobacco Control Office allows a winery to direct ship any label that is not consigned by contract to a licensed wholesaler in the quantity stated in the law. This is allowed even if the winery has other labels consigned to the wholesaler. Wineries may ship up to 4 cases per household per year and are required to obtain a direct shipper’s permit before shipping to Louisiana consumers. In addition, wineries must pay taxes and file reports. Should you have any questions please contact Wine Institute’s State Relations Department at 415-356-7530.

Annie Bones, State Relations – Wine Institute

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