Wine Institute and Compli have collaborated to launch a members-only portal that provides state-by-state compliance information for wineries that sell through the three-tier system. This brand-new resource, which aggregates wholesale rules, documents and forms, is located on the Wine Compliance Rules website launched earlier this year and is only available to Wine Institute members
The partnership will allow any licensed producer of wine and spirits to sell their products into the state of Wisconsin and any licensed business in the state to purchase products at LibDib.com.
Interstate retail could become a little easier after a landmark decision in a US court this week.
Getting customers to pay more …
Consolidation within the United States of America’s three-tier distribution system has increased the barriers to entry for small- to medium-sized producers wishing to successfully sell their wine in the world’s largest wine market. However, with the growth of online wine sales, new opportunities are becoming available for producers who are willing to explore and invest in new routes to market.
A Florida legal declaration seeks to open the state up to the auction and retail market.
From cellphone providers to beer to cat food, consumers have a lot fewer choices when it comes to buying – even if they don’t know it. On Monday, the Open Markets Institute, an anti-monopoly think tank based in Washington, DC, released a new report on what it calls America’s “concentration crisis.” The report details how a variety of industries, ranging from cat food and jelly to domestic airlines and cellphone providers, have come to be dominated by just a handful of actors in recent years.
Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC”, one of the nation’s largest wine and spirits wholesalers, and Liberation Distribution™ (LibDib™”, the first technology company to offer a three-tier compliant distribution model for all Makers, today announced plans to form a strategic partnership. As a part of the agreement, LibDib Makers will soon be able to tap into RNDC’s advanced logistics to deliver craft products to buyers in all available markets. In return, RNDC will have access to LibDib’s technology and data collection, enabling the company to further expand their value and services.
¿Sabes cuál es el mejor día de la semana para comprar, o vender, tu vino?José Antonio Sanjurjo
Alibaba, the world’s biggest e-commerce company, will bring US$200 billion worth of imported goods into China within the next five years to sate consumers’ growing demand for higher-quality products from overseas.
En los últimos años han proliferado multitud de tiendas on-line que operan en un marco global, sin embargo la mayoría desconoce que en el ámbito de bebidas alcohólicas existen unos procedimientos específicos para la circulación de mercancías que deben cumplirse.
DtC shipments up 22%, U.S. wine sales rise 5% in latest Wine Industry Metrics report
It’s hard not to marvel at the scale of China’s massive e-commerce market when its annual turnover from last year alone amounted to US$4.26 trillion, higher than Germany’s entire GDP (US$4.21 trillion). Figures can be encouraging but how much of it was generated from online wine sales? Who are the major players driving China’s wine sales? And what wines are consumers buying online? Find out here.
GoFundMe Campaign Initiated by Wine Freedom and National Association of Wine Retailers to Give Wine Consumers Representation in Key Court Case
Dans trois mois à peine s’ouvriront les portes du Salon B2B Wine Paris. Issu de la réunification des salons Vinisud et Vinovision, l’événement regroupera la quasi totalité de l’offre française de vin.Déjà 1400 exposants sont inscrits pour la première édition. Les places sur les pavillons…
The court directed the state to allow out-of-state retailers to ship wine to Michigan consumers … Decisions in retail shipping cases pending in Illinois, Missouri.
The parlous financial state of Ontario has led to the suggestion that the local government generate money by selling off provincial business enterprises including liquor monopoly LCBO.
The U.S. Supreme Court granted CERT in Tennessee Wine & Spirits vs. Byrd Clayton, a case involving residency requirements for wine retailers in Tennessee, that could help large retailers expand their national footprint and potentially open up out-of-state retail-to-consumer wine shipping