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District of Columbia Increases Volume Limits

Washington, D.C. recently made an adjustment to its direct-to-consumer wine shipping law that benefits the industry and consumers. The volume limit has increased from 1 quart to 1 case per person per winery per month. Washington, D.C. consumers are now allowed to order up to 1 case of wine per month from any number of wineries. There continues to be no permit, reporting or tax requirements for direct shippers. However, wineries must comply with their common carrier’s wine shipping policy.

Annie Bones, State Relations – Wine Institute

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