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Posts from the Permit Instructions Category

Virginia DTC Fulfillment House Regulations; ABC Endorses Winery/Fulfillment House Contract Addendum Format

By Terri Cofer Beirne, Eastern Counsel, Wine Institute

In July, 2009, Virginia ABC notified Virginia Wine Shipper licensees they were prohibited from contracting with third parties for selling and shipping wine into Virginia. Since then industry has been working with Virginia ABC to outline allowable uses of third parties. The culmination of these efforts was a new Virginia regulation which took effect in [...]

January 16th, 2013

The First of May Brings the First of Direct Wine Shipping to the Garden State

By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

Spring brings more than flowers this year for supporters of direct shipping. After three and a half months of anticipation and preparation, the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control posted checklists, forms and applications on their site, making S 3172 a reality for the wine industry. Effective May 1, New Jersey is accepting applications [...]

May 1st, 2012

Kansas Issues Revenue Ruling and Amends License Term

By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

Governor Parkinson of Kansas signed SB 452 into law, changing the license term for a Special Order Shipping License from one year to two years. The legislation became effective on July 1, 2010. The fee for a new Special Order Shipping License was adjusted to $150 to reflect the new two-year license term.  Current holders [...]

September 20th, 2010

The Lone Reciprocal State

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

New Mexico Stands Alone In 2004, 13 states had wine shipping reciprocity provisions. Essentially, reciprocal states allowed any winery to ship into their state as long as that winery’s state allowed an equal reciprocal privilege. The Granholm decision of 2005 effectively declared reciprocity unconstitutional (pop quiz: would reciprocity provisions be beyond challenge if HR 5034 [...]

August 5th, 2010

Set Your Sights on the Hawkeye State: Get Started by Applying for a Direct Shipping License in Iowa

By Mackenzie Latham, ShipCompliant Services

The direct shipping applications for Iowa are now available. As of July 1, 2010 Iowa will require wineries to obtain a direct shipping license to ship wine directly to consumers. Previously a reciprocal state, Iowa’s borders will soon be open to all wineries across the country who obtain a permit, regardless of reciprocity status with [...]

June 14th, 2010