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All Winery Types 2017 DTC Wine Shipping Regulatory Updates

Tis the season for DTC compliance updates! Find out what's in store for direct-to-consumer regulations…

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All Winery Types DTC Compliance Update: Arizona Now Accepting License Applications

Find out what you need to know about Arizona's new DTC shipping regulations, including links to the…

All Winery Types Illinois’ New DTC Compliance Requirements

In August, Illinois enacted a revision of their DTC Shipping law. Here's the nitty-gritty. 

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All Winery Types Arizona DTC Change Opens State to Larger Wineries

Arizona recently updated it's DTC shipping regulations to allow larger wineries to ship into the state.…

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All Winery Types Not Everyone Wins with Louisiana DTC Changes

Matt Mann breaks down the fine points of the law. 

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All Winery Types DTC: Pennsylvania Finally Listens

If the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania can pass direct-to-consumer (DTC) wine shipping, any state can. 

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Update on Oregon DTC Reporting

Fewer reports are required beginning in 2016.

A decade after Granholm: Have the tectonic plates of DTC shifted?

Ten years in, was Granholm earthshaking?  Or was it just a tremor?

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All Winery Types Alcohol Home-Delivery Apps: Are they legal?

Home delivery of alcohol by local retailers has been available in many states for years, which is not to…

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Is Massachusetts about to legalize direct wine shipments?

On June 30th both houses of the Massachusetts legislature approved an Appropriations Act for 2015 that…

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All Winery Types “Virtual Wineries”: What’s in a name?

The last decade has seen an explosion of what have become to be known as “virtual wineries

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