14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers 14.1.1 Winery Shipper’s License Eligible industry members must hold a Winery Shipper’s License in order to ship wine made by the licensee directly to Illinois residents of legal drinking age. Those licensees who are eligible to obtain a Winery Shipper’s License are as follows: First- or second-class Illinois Wine Manufacturer’s License holder First- or second-class Illinois Winemaker’s License holder Illinois Limited Wine Manufacturer’s License holder Entities or persons who are licensed to make wine under the laws of another state These are the only entities or persons who will be eligible to hold a Winery Shipper’s License, and the only entities or persons who will be able to ship directly to Illinois residents[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers Except as provided below, an out-of-state supplier is prohibited from selling and shipping any type of alcoholic beverages directly to Kentucky residents. Anyone violating this provision will be sent a warning letter for the first offense. For second and subsequent offenses, such person or entity will be guilty of a Class “D” felony. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the sale and shipment of alcoholic beverages to Kentucky residents are allowed in accordance with the following provisions: 14.1.1 Direct Shipments by Out-of-State Wineries, Distilleries, and Breweries An alcoholic beverage manufacturer licensed in another state may deliver or ship alcoholic beverages to a consumer in Kentucky if: The manufacturer obtains a Kentucky direct shipper license; The Kentucky[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers Wine may be shipped directly to Texas residents, as set forth below. Note: There are no provisions for the direct shipping to consumers of alcoholic beverages other than wine. 14.1.1 Holders of a Winery Permit (Texas Wineries) A Texas winery permittee may ship wine to Texas residents, including those located in “dry” areas, under the following guidelines: The wine must be shipped in packaging that is clearly and conspicuously marked to show that the package contains wine. The package may not be delivered to anyone other than: The person who purchased the wine; or A recipient designated in advance by the purchaser; or Any person at the delivery address who is less than[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers Direct shipment of wine to consumers in New York is allowed as described below. Direct shipment of alcoholic beverages other than wine to consumers in New York is prohibited. Any holder of a license to manufacture wine in a state other than New York who obtains a New York Out-of-State Direct Shipper’s License may ship no more than thirty-six (36) cases (maximum of nine (9) liters per case) per calendar year of wine produced by the licensee to a resident of New York who is of legal drinking age, under the following guidelines. The fee for an Out-of-State Direct Shipper’s License is $375.00 for a three-year license. New York wineries and farm wineries[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers Note: There are no provisions that would permit the direct shipment of any type of alcoholic beverages other than wine to Kansas residents. Any maker or producer of wine, whether domiciled in Kansas or any other state, that holds a valid federal basic wine manufacturing permit may sell and ship wine to Kansas residents of legal drinking age, under the following guidelines. Please note that a special-order shipping licensee may only ship wine to Kansas consumers that was actually manufactured by the licensee. A Special-Order Shipping License is required. The cost for a new two-year license is $150.00. The renewal fee is $130.00. Wineries other than licensed Kansas farm wineries must post a[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers Refer to the MICHIGAN OPEN Digest for direct shipping guidelines for wine. There are no provisions that would allow direct shipment of distilled spirits or malt beverages to Michigan consumers or retail licensees. 14.2 Delivery by Retailers 14.2.1 Wine 14.3.1 Off-Premises Retailers A Michigan retail licensee holding a specially designated merchant license may deliver wine to a consumer in any of the following ways: By common carrier By using its own employees By using a third-party delivery services to municipalities in Michigan that are surrounded by water and inaccessible by motor vehicle if the delivery service is approved by the Commission By use of a third-party facilitator service A Michigan retail licensee holding[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers The sale of wine directly to Michigan residents at the winery, via mail order, over the Internet, by telephone, by computer, or any other electronic means, may only be made if the selling person or entity holds a Michigan Direct Shipper License. The only person or entity that is eligible to hold a Michigan Direct Shipper License is a licensed Michigan wine maker, or a wine producer and bottler located in another state that holds both a federal basic permit and a license to manufacture wine in its state of domicile. A Direct Shipper Licensee applicant must submit an application to the Liquor Control Commission in written or electronic format, as required by[…]

14.1. Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers 14.1.1 Shipments by Out-of-State Wine Producers or Manufacturers Sparkling wine or table wine may be sold and shipped directly to Louisiana residents by an out-of-state wine producer or manufacturer under the guidelines set forth below: The manufacturer must hold a valid manufacturing permit in its state of domicile. The manufacturer must first obtain Authority to Make Direct Shipments of Wines to Louisiana Consumers from the Louisiana Department of Revenue. The annual fee is $150. The authority must be renewed June 30th of each year. Any out-of-state shipper of sparkling or still wine domiciled outside of Louisiana must obtain a permit from the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control prior to engaging in the[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers Wine only may be shipped directly to Colorado residents, under the following guidelines: A Winery Direct Shipper’s Permit may be issued only to applicants who operate a winery in the United States and who hold all state and federal licenses and permits necessary to legally operate the winery. Permits will be valid for one (1) year. In the case of a permittee shipping from more than one (1) winery location, a permit is needed for each location shipping to Colorado residents. The cost is $100.00 per year per permit. Note: There are no statutory or regulatory provisions that would permit importers, retail licensees or any other entity to ship wine or any other[…]

14.1 Direct Sales and Shipments to Consumers 14.1.1 Shipments to consumers in Oklahoma Effective October 1, 2018, a Direct Wine Shipper’s Permit may be issued by the Oklahoma ABLE Commission to a winery licensed in any state within the United States as a wine producer. The original fee for a Direct Wine Shipper’s permit is $300.00, and the renewal fee is $150.00 annually. Direct sales may be made under the following conditions: A Direct Wine Shipper’s Permit allows a winery to ship up to six (6) nine-liter (9 L.) cases of wine annually directly to an Oklahoma resident who is twenty-one (21) years of age or older for such resident’s personal use and not for resale. No resident shall be[…]