For Immediate Release May 11, 2018

Liquor Commission Banning New Hampshire Consumers from Buying More Than 200,000 Wines

—Liquor Commission’s Overrides Legislature and Bans Wine Shipments On Its Own— (CONCORD, New Hampshire)—More than 200,000 wines will become off limits and inaccessible to New Hampshire consumers if the Liquor Commission continues to arbitrarily ban all wine shipments from out-of-state retailers, stores and wine clubs. The current crackdown by the Liquor Commission on shipments from… Read more »

For Immediate Release May 07, 2018

Statement on Liquor Commission’s Abuse of Power And Arbitrary Blocking of Wine Shipments

—National Association of Wine Retailers Calls on Legislature to Put A Stop to Commission’s Gangster Tactics— (CONCORD, New Hampshire)—The National Association of Wine Retailer’s (NAWR) Executive Director Tom Wark issued the following statement today in response to the New Hampshire Liquor Commission’s unilateral decision to end wine shipments to consumers. “Without warning, without explanation and… Read more »

For Immediate Release March 02, 2018

Connecticut Lawmakers To Consider Overturning Wine Shipping Ban

—HB 5368 Overtuning CT Wine Shipping Ban Gets Hearing on March 6th— (HARTFORD, CT)—Connecticut lawmakers are poised to take the first step in repealing the state’s ban on consumers receiving winew shipments from out-of-state wine retailers. House Bill 5368 will receive a hearing on Tuesday, March 6th in the General Law Committee. HB 5368 would… Read more »