Only wine 16% ABV and under, distilled spirits products 14% ABV and under, and malt beverages are sold through wholesalers. For information regarding the mechanics of—and restrictions on—changing prices on products sold through the state-controlled system, refer to the IDAHO CONTROL Digest. 4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Price posting by out-of-state suppliers is not required. Note: Suppliers must post prices only if they hold an Idaho Importer’s license. If the supplier is selling to the holder of an importer’s license, price posting is not required. There are no statutory or regulatory provisions regarding advance notification of price changes. However, in practice, wholesalers prefer advance notification of price changes, particularly increases. Introductory prices for new items/sizes can become effective at any time.[…]

4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Price posting is not required. Price posting and affirmation as required by Section 41-1112 was declared unconstitutional. [Atty. Gen. Op., No. 86-114, Aug. 7, 1986; State ex rel. Stephen v. Lamb, 1987 WL12158 (D. Kan. Feb. 26, 1987).] The regulations require that Kansas wholesalers receive a minimum of forty-five (45) days’ notice of any price changes, however, the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control is not enforcing the notice requirement. [KS Law, Chapter 41, Article 11, Section 41-1101; written advice from the Kansas Department of Revenue, dated November 19, 2020; Handbook for Suppliers, dated July 1, 2018, states: “Kansas does not regulate the pricing of products sold by suppliers to distributors in Kansas.”] Prices for alcoholic beverages[…]

4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Suppliers have the option of designating all their brands or specific brands to a designated wholesaler for exclusive distribution in the state (“designated products”). Non-designated products can be available to other wholesalers (non-designated wholesalers). Supplier price posting of all non-designated products is required monthly, and must be submitted as described below. When an out-of-state supplier appoints an in-state Non-Resident Seller licensee as its compliance agent, the Non-Resident Seller handles this requirement. Supplier price posting is not required for products that have been designated for distribution by a single Oklahoma wholesaler (“designated products”). Prices posted are F.O.B. shipping point. Only one (1) U.S. F.O.B. shipping point per item is allowed. If the product is imported from outside[…]

4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Price posting is not required. In addition, there are no lead-time requirements for notification of price changes, nor do prices have to be “held” or maintained for any period of time before changes can be made. Note: The statutes and regulations are silent with regard to distilled spirits pricing. All products must be made available to all retail licensees to the extent that it is practical to do so, and it is unlawful to discriminate in price to any purchaser for resale in the State of Washington; however, “price differentials for sales of spirits or wine based upon competitive conditions, costs of servicing a purchaser’s account, efficiencies in handling goods, or other bona fide business factors,[…]

Only wine is sold through North Carolina wholesalers. For information regarding the mechanics of—and restrictions on—changing prices on distilled spirits and fortified wine sold through the state-controlled system, refer to the NORTH CAROLINA CONTROL Digest. 4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Not required. Price posting to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission is not required. Introductory prices for new items/sizes can become effective upon receipt of label approval from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. There are no statutory or regulatory provisions regarding advance notification of price changes. However, in practice, wholesalers prefer advance notification of price changes, particularly increases. 4.2 Case Code Label Requirements None. Applicable only to sales to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. Refer to NORTH CAROLINA CONTROL DIGEST for specific[…]

Only wine and vermouth are sold through Oregon wholesalers. For information regarding the mechanics of—and restrictions on—changing prices on vermouth and distilled spirits sold through the state-controlled system, refer to the OREGON CONTROL Digest. 4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Price posting is not required. Introductory prices for new items/sizes can become effective at any time. No statutory or regulatory requirements regarding advance notification of price changes to wholesalers were noted. However, in practice, wholesalers prefer advance notification of price changes, particularly increases. 4.2 Case Code Label Requirements None. Requirements are applicable to product sold to the Liquor Control Commission only. 4.3 Invoicing All sales must be on a bona fide invoice. 4.4 Miscellaneous Requirements Relating to Pricing There are no requirements[…]

Fortified wine over 14% ABV, vermouth and distilled spirits are sold only through the state-controlled system. For details on the mechanics of—and restrictions on—changing prices through the state-controlled system, see the information outlined below. Note: Port, Sherry and Madeira wines having an alcohol content of not more than 22% ABV, which have been aged in wooden barrels or casks, can be sold to wholesalers in the private sector who, in turn, can sell such products to wine specialty shop licensees. Label registration requirements apply. 4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Prices must be submitted on quotation forms, one (1) form per brand/type. Forms can be downloaded from the West Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Administration website. 4.1.1 Listed Items The ABC Administration[…]

Only wine under 21% ABV and distilled spirits-based cocktails with an alcohol content between 0.5% and 7.5% ABV are sold through Virginia wholesalers (except for Virginia native wines which are sold through the Department). For information regarding the mechanics of—and restrictions on—changing prices on other distilled spirits products sold through the state-controlled system, refer to the VIRGINIA CONTROL Digest. 4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Written notice of price increases must be sent to wholesalers at least thirty (30) days advance, with a copy to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. Notice should be sent via e-mail to the Department at pricechg@abc.virginia.gov. [VA Regulations, Title 3, Agency 5, Chapter 70, Section 3VAC5-70-150 and VA Law, Title 4.1, Chapter 4, Section 4.1-412 (wine)[…]

All wine and distilled spirits are sold to the Liquor Division. The only exceptions are sales to Yellowstone National Park concessionaires and military installations. For information regarding the mechanics of—and restrictions on—changing prices, see below. All prices must be at affirmation. 4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Prices must be submitted on quotation forms, one (1) form per brand/type. Forms can be requested from the Division. 4.1.1 Listed Items The Division requires sixty (60) days notification of price changes. Price changes may be made only four (4) times a year, effective on the following dates: February 1, May 1, August 1, November 1. New items may be listed at any time at the Division’s discretion. 4.1.2 Special Orders Special orders—usually in very[…]

4.1 Price Posting/Quotations/Lead Times Price posting is not required. There are no statutory or regulatory provisions regarding advance notification of price changes. However, in practice, wholesalers prefer advance notification of price changes, particularly price increases. Introductory prices for new items/sizes can become effective upon receipt of notification of label approval. 4.2 Case Code Label Requirements None. This requirement is applicable to Control States only. 4.3 Invoicing Wisconsin wholesalers are billed F.O.B. shipping point or F.O.B. delivered, plus the Wisconsin excise tax. The total excise tax for all items on an invoice must appear as a separate line item. The Out-of-State Shipper permittee is responsible for remitting excise tax due to the Department of Revenue on a monthly basis by the[…]