Sarah Werner

Sarah Werner

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202 weeks ago @ ShipCompliant: Wine ... - Controlled Shipping: H... · 0 replies · +1 points

This post was revised to clarify that only the consumer wine limit is changing; the volume limits for beer and spirits will not change. Additionally, there are a couple important items that were not previously mentioned:

Another important change deals with shipping directly to NH licensees. Previously, direct shipping permittees could ship directly to retail licensees. With the passing of this bill, the New Hampshire licensee must first get approval from the Commission before they can receive shipments from direct shippers, and the sale will only be approved if the product is not otherwise available through the state. Also, it is important to note that a $250 fine will be enforced on the direct shipper for failing to file a report in months when shipments were made.

231 weeks ago @ ShipCompliant: Wine ... - Notes on Wine Distribu... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes, that's true. Page 47 of v.32 of the Notes on Wine Distribution describes this allowance in further detail.

234 weeks ago @ ShipCompliant: Wine ... - High Fives in the Firs... · 0 replies · +1 points

Please reference our most recent post on Siesta Village Market decision, here: http://shipcompliantblog.com/blog/2010/01/27/sies...

264 weeks ago @ ShipCompliant: Wine ... - Wine Freedom in the So... · 0 replies · +1 points

Scott,
Yes, the bill was signed into law - exciting news. See out post about it here: http://shipcompliantblog.com/blog/2009/06/05/tenn...
g-on-direct-shipping/. The Tennessee website is a little confusing. The 12 cases mentioned is from the summary, which only references the bill as introduced. The section referencing 27 liters, however, is an approved amendment. The 27 liters per year is the volume limitation (in addition to a '1 case per month' limitation) that Tennessee ended up passing into law.

268 weeks ago @ ShipCompliant: Wine ... - Wine Freedom in the So... · 0 replies · +1 points

The Governor has 10 days to sign this bill, so we should hear more good news soon.
The Senate passed SB 166 with an amendment that lowered the customer volume limit to 3 cases/year, as mentioned in the post. The bill summary that you referenced is "as introduced".