For Immediate Release August 30, 2019

Michigan Lawmakers Urged to Fix State’s Unconstitutional Wine Shipping Laws

(Lansing, MI)—State lawmakers are once again being called on to fix an unconstitutional Michigan wine shipping law. The National Association of Wine Retailers is urging the legislature to repeal the ban on wine shipments from out-of-state wine retailers and wine stores that a Federal judge ruled unconstitutional…for a second time. The decision, issued last September… Read more »

For Immediate Release June 26, 2019

National Association of Wine Retailers’ Comment on Historic Tennessee Wine v. Thomas Supreme Court Decision

The National Association of Wine Retailers Executive Director Tom Wark released the following statement today concerning the Supreme Court’s decision in Tennessee Wine v. Thomas: Today the Supreme Court confirmed that state alcohol laws that discriminate against out-of-state retailers for the purposes of protecting in-state interests are unconstitutional and not protected by the Twenty-First Amendment…. Read more »

For Immediate Release June 11, 2019

Ruling Expands Wine Shipping Options for Florida Consumers

—National Association of Wine Retailers Alerts its Retailer Members, Common Carriers and Florida Wine Lovers that Legal Wine Shipments May Commence—   (Tallahassee, Florida)—The National Association of Wine Retailers (NAWR) yesterday alerted its members across the country that they may begin legally shipping wine directly to consumers in the state of Florida using common carriers such… Read more »