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    Posts from the Georgia Category

    Half-Year Hullabaloo: New Laws Take Effect in Three States Today

    By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

    Just a quick reminder of the legislative changes that take effect today, July 1st, 2008. Georgia’s new permit system takes effect. All wineries can now apply for a permit, regardless of distributor representation. Click here to see how to apply for a direct shipping permit. Ohio is increasing their capacity cap, making it possible for [...]

    July 1st, 2008

    Georgia – Amended Wine Special Order Applications Available

    By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

    The amended Georgia Special Order Shipping License application is now available on the Wine Institute and Georgia Department of Revenue websites. Wineries will be required to have an approved Wine Special Order Shipping License and comply with new direct-to-consumer shipping regulations beginning July 1, 2008. The new law increases the quantity limit to 12 cases [...]

    June 22nd, 2008

    Georgia Direct Shipper Application Update

    By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

    Georgia will require wineries to have an approved direct shipper’s permit, pay excise tax, state sales and local sales tax in order to ship direct to GA consumers beginning July 1, 2008. The Georgia Department of Revenue, Alcohol and Tobacco Division is developing a New Direct Shipper Application which will include information about how to [...]

    June 13th, 2008

    10 Days Left Until Illinois Permit Deadline

    By Ashley Campbell - ShipCompliant Research Team

    Just a friendly reminder that beginning June 1st, 2008, Illinois will require a permit for all direct-to-consumer wine shipments to the state. A winery must receive the permit before it may begin/resume shipment to the state. In 10 days, under the newly-promulgated wine shipping law, wineries and retailers that have been shipping to Illinois under [...]

    May 22nd, 2008

    Wine Distribution Notes – Release 28

    By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

    The latest version of Notes on Wine Distribution by R. Corbin Houchins is now available for viewing or downloading. Release 28 highlights changes in the following categories: Age & Identity Verification, Rethinking Reciprocity and State Notes, specifically Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Ohio, Oregon and Pennsylvania. Headings of sections with substantial changes since the preceding release [...]

    May 21st, 2008