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Wine with an alcohol content over 16% ABV and distilled spirits products with an alcohol content over 14% ABV are sold only through the state-controlled system. Distilled spirits products with an alcohol content of up to 14% ABV also may be sold in state and agency liquor stores.

Fortified wine (wine to which spirits have been added) and distilled spirits are sold through the state-controlled system. West Virginia does not use the NABCA master coding system. The state assigns its own code numbers.

Wine with an alcohol content over 16% ABV, vermouth, and all distilled spirits are sold only through the state-controlled system.

Distilled spirits are sold only through the state-controlled system. Low-alcohol spirit coolers with an alcohol content up to 7.5% ABV are sold both through the state-controlled system and the private sector (wholesalers). The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control also sells Virginia native wines and Virginia cider.

Unfortified wines with an alcohol content up to 16% ABV are sold through the private sector (wholesalers). Port, sherry and Madeira wines having an alcohol content of not more than 22% ABV, which have been aged in wooden barrels or casks, also can be sold to wholesalers in the private sector that, in turn, can sell such products to wine specialty shop licensees. Label registration requirements apply.

Fortified wine (wine to which spirits have been added), wine containing more than 16.5% ABV that is made with herbs or flavors except vermouth, or imitation or other than standard wine, and distilled spirits are sold only through the state-controlled system. Alabama does not use the NABCA master coding system. The state assigns its own code numbers.

Distilled spirits are sold only through the state-controlled system. Vermouth is sold both through the state-controlled system and the private sector (wholesalers). Oregon does not use the NABCA master coding system. The state assigns its own code numbers.

All wine, all distilled spirits, and malt beverages with an alcohol content over 6% ABV are sold only through the state-controlled system. New Hampshire does not use the NABCA master coding system. The state assigns its own code numbers.