Dear Wine Lovers of Wyoming,
Wyoming continues to have an archaic ban on interstate retailer-to-consumer wine shipments for wines that are listed with the Wyoming Liquor Division. If a wine is listed, then it cannot be shipped directly from retailers to Wyoming consumers. This restricts consumer choice.
We believe that consumers, not special interests, should choose the wines they wish to purchase and their method and place of purchase. Model direct shipping legislation is working successfully in several states for retailers, and in most states for wineries, which allow for legal, regulated shipments to consumers’ homes and offices. These laws provide additional state tax revenues, satisfy consumer demand, and meet regulatory requirements in a dynamic marketplace.
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Together with you, we hope to support a bill to replace outdated bans on retailer-to-consumer direct wine shipments, and to expand consumer choice for you.
Thank you for your support!
Free the Grapes!