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    Posts from the Maine Category

    Maine Direct Shipping Permit Applications Available

    By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

    The direct shipping applications for Maine are now available on the Wine Institute website. The direct shipping permit allows wineries to ship up to 12 nine liter cases of wine to a recipient’s address each year. The Department of Public Safety, Liquor Licensing and Inspection Division has confirmed that there are no prohibited shipping areas [...]

    October 12th, 2009

    Maine Direct Shipping Applications Update

    By Annie Bones, State Relations - Wine Institute

    The Maine Bureau of Liquor Enforcement has indicated that direct shipping license applications will be available on September 12, 2009, the same day the direct shipping law becomes effective. Wineries should contact Lori Nolette, the contact for liquor licensing and compliance at the Bureau, for a copy of the application once it becomes available. The [...]

    August 25th, 2009

    Maine Event, At Last

    By R. Corbin Houchins, Beverage Industry Counsel

    After years of trying, wine commerce proponents succeeded in adding Maine to the list of license states for direct shipment. Governor Baldacci signed HP 696/LD 1008 on June 12th. After the Bureau of Liquor Enforcement adopts regulations and licensing procedures, the law will permit out-of-state and Maine farm wineries alike to ship wine (but not [...]

    June 13th, 2009

    It's Alive! (and Waiting for the Governor's Signature) – Direct Shipping Bill in Maine

    By Sarah Werner - ShipCompliant Research Team

    On May 29th, “An Act To Increase Consumer Choice for Wine” (H 696) won initial approval by the Maine House of Representatives. On June 1st, only one legislative day later, the proposed act was passed by the Senate. The bill is waiting for Governor Baldacci’s signature before becoming law. If passed, H 696 would provide [...]

    June 2nd, 2009

    It’s Alive! (and Waiting for the Governor’s Signature) – Direct Shipping Bill in Maine

    By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

    On May 29th, “An Act To Increase Consumer Choice for Wine” (H 696) won initial approval by the Maine House of Representatives. On June 1st, only one legislative day later, the proposed act was passed by the Senate. The bill is waiting for Governor Baldacci’s signature before becoming law. If passed, H 696 would provide [...]

    June 2nd, 2009