A new federal court ruling seems to discriminate against out of state wine sellers.
Tag: Wine Law
Trademark Battles Erupting in Wine Industry
Popular wine regions around the world are heating things up with legal disputes over who gets to call their wine what.
Sherry’s New Regulations
The European Commission just passed a new amendment to the law when it comes to your favorite Sherry. Scheduled to come into effect within the
Wine Shipping Advocates Turn to Florida
A latest development adds Florida to the list of states that now allow out-of-state direct-to-consumer retailer shipping, which now includes 15 states and Washington, D.C.
Is Amazon Violating California’s Liquor Laws?
Mega-retailer Amazon (yes, Amazon) is drawing anger from small, mom and pop liquor shops with the new revelation that the business may be intentionally misleading
Implications of the Supreme Court’s Decision on Last Week’s Wine and Liquor Law
Wine retailers emerged the victors in last week’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on the Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Thoma case.
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