Untangling the complex world of wine direct shipping and compliance
dapoxetine prix bactrim sans recette minocycline sur le comptoir acheter buspar en ligne duphaston générique nexium sans ordonnance prix propecia zithromax sans ordonnance acheter cefixime online acheter proscar online
kamagra sale 
propecia generic online pharmacy 
discount kamagra 
finasteride genpharma 
kamagra medicine 
cheapest generic bupropion 
levitra price 
buy viagra visa 
bupropion india pharmacy 
generic viagra buy 

Wisconsin Becomes a Limited State Today: I’ll Have Some Wine with that Cheese, Please

October 1st, 2008
By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

Beginning today, October 1, 2008, Wisconsin is open to direct wine shipments from wineries throughout the country. Direct shipments to consumers in Wisconsin must be shipped under Wisconsin’s new “Direct Wine Shipper’s Permit”; reciprocal shipments of wines are no longer allowed. New direct shipping regulations include: a $200 Direct Shipping license, payment of sales and excise taxes, and quarterly reporting. Additionally, the consumer is limited to receiving no more than 108 liters (12 cases) of wine per year from any combination of licensees; the consumer is responsible for staying within the limit, however an individual direct shipper may not ship over 108 liters of wine to any individual in Wisconsin.

Also included in the legislative changes is the ability for wineries that produce less than 25,000 gallons of wine per year, to sell wine to retailers through a “co-operative wholesaler”. Co-operative wholesalers must be created before December 31st, 2008. To learn more about the legislative changes and co-operative wholesalers, read “Direct Shipping Bill Receives Governor’s Signature“. Also, “Permit Applications Available” contains more detailed information on these legislative updates, and information on how to become permitted as a Direct Wine Shipper in Wisconsin.

Leave a Reply