Category: New Hampshire

05/29
2018

Regulatory Recap: Takeaways from the Mid-Year Beverage Alcohol Compliance Updates Event

We had a blast today at the Mid-Year Regulatory Updates event in our office in Paso Robles. A sold-out crowd of 50 people showed up to discuss recent compliance developments at the state and federal levels with our team and with Annie Bones, State Compliance Specialist for Wine Institute. For those that couldn’t make it, […]

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05/18
2018

New Hampshire Reverses Course, will Reinstate Retailer Wine Shipper Permits

Last week, we wrote a blog post reporting that the New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) was denying all retailer permits. We learned today that the NHLC will now reverse course and allow all retailers that were previously permitted but denied to be reinstated. They’ll also begin accepting new applications from retailers again. Based on our […]

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05/10
2018

New Hampshire is Rejecting All Retailer Direct Shipping Applications

If you’re a retailer currently shipping wine to New Hampshire under a valid Direct Shipper permit, expect a rejection letter come renewal time. Over the last several months, the New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) has rejected both all new applications and all renewal applications coming from retailers. Retail businesses that have held permits for years […]

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12/01
2017

Wine retailers can now ship to only 22% of Americans

As 2017 draws to a close, wine retailers continue to face a shrinking market—at least when it comes to Direct to Consumer (DTC) sales across state lines. In August, Missouri became the latest state to ban out-of-state retailers from selling and shipping alcoholic beverages to Missouri residents. But now, a Florida wine store, its owner […]

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