Untangling the complex world of wine direct shipping and compliance
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    One Less Dry Town in Connecticut

    March 9th, 2009
    By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

    Back in July of 2005, Connecticut passed legislation affecting direct shipments of wine the entire state. At that time, four towns in Connecticut were dry. As of February 9th, 2009, only three dry towns remain where wine cannot be shipped directly to consumers. The town of Wilton recently held a public hearing in which a board elected to amend Chapter 8, permitting the sale of alcoholic liquor within the city limits. The remaining dry towns are Bridgewater, Eastford and Roxbury, (which translates to the zip codes, 06752, 06242 and 06783, respectively). There is no news on whether or not any changes are expected in the three remaining dry towns.


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