Some Wine Consumers Will Get It, Some Won’t
Arizona and Delaware both have bills on the table that will open up direct to consumer shipments in those states. Neither of the bills in those states would allow out-of-state wine stores and retailers to ship wine direct to consumers.
Michigan, Iowa and Rhode Island all have bills on the table that would allow consumers in those states to have wine shipped to them from out-of-state wine retailers and wine stores.
The difference between these two sets of states is that if all the bills passed, consumers in Michigan, Iowa and Rhode Island would have shipping access to every wine approved for sale in the U.S. in the past five years. Arizona and Delaware consumers would only have access to 40% of the wines approved for sale in the U.S. in the past five years.
The reason for this should be obvious. Only wine stores and retailers sell imported wines.
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