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Excise Taxes Updates, New York Up and North Dakota Down

By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

The wine excise tax rate in New York will increase on May 1, 2009 from $0.1893 per gallon to $0.30 per gallon. Wine Institute was part of a coalition of industry members that actively opposed the NY Governor’s proposal for a wine excise tax and demonstrated the detrimental effects an excise tax increase would have [...]

April 23rd, 2009

Georgia is a "Go": Residents Can Now Join Wine Clubs and Buy Wine Online from All Wineries

By Ashley Campbell - ShipCompliant Research Team

Good news, wineries – shipping to Georgia just got a whole lot easier! As we mentioned in a previous post, House Bill 1061 had passed in the House and has since passed in the Senate. It made its way onto the Governor’s table on April 15th, and Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue signed it into law [...]

May 14th, 2008

Georgia is a “Go”: Residents Can Now Join Wine Clubs and Buy Wine Online from All Wineries

By Ashley Campbell - ShipCompliant Research Team

Good news, wineries – shipping to Georgia just got a whole lot easier! As we mentioned in a previous post, House Bill 1061 had passed in the House and has since passed in the Senate. It made its way onto the Governor’s table on April 15th, and Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue signed it into law [...]

May 14th, 2008

Update Your Address Books: New Hampshire Has a Revised Direct Shipping Monthly Report

By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

New Hampshire has updated their Monthly Direct Shipping Report Form. According to the NH Bureau of Enforcement, many wineries have been sending this report to the wrong address; the new form has been issued in part to remedy the incorrect send-to address. The new form is in an Excel format for easier use, and will [...]

April 25th, 2008