For Immediate Release February 02, 2018

Senate Committee Set to Ban Wine Shipments to New Hampshire

—Hundreds of Thousands of Wines Could Be Off Limit to Granite State Consumers— (CONCORD, NH)—On Wednesday, February 7th, members of the New Hampshire Senate Commerce committee will vote to determine whether to approve a ban on wine shipments to New Hampshire consumers from out-of-state wine retailers. Senate Bill 353 (Sen. Innis) would strip New Hampshire… Read more »

For Immediate Release January 23, 2018

Report Shows Alcohol Wholesalers Political ContributionsTop More Than $107 Million

  —New Report by National Association of Wine Retailers Examines Source of Protectionist Alcohol Laws— (Sacramento, Calif)—Over the past five election cycles, American alcohol wholesalers have poured more than $107 million into state political campaigns, according to a new report released by the National Association of Wine Retailers (NAWR). This enormous sum amounts to more… Read more »

For Immediate Release January 17, 2018

It’s Time For Massachusetts to Embrace The 21st Century and Authorize Retailer Wine Shipments

—National Association of Wine Retailers Urges Lawmakers to Finish the Job of Reforming Massachusetts Wine Shipping Laws— (Boston, MASS)—In the service of rent-seeking special interests with real money to spend and with a continued disregard of consumer demand, Massachusetts still bars its citizens from receiving wine shipments from out-of-state wine stores and wine retailers. However,… Read more »