A new crop of litigation is fermenting across the nation in a second round of challenges to state shipping laws that limit direct sales of wine to consumers.
New suits and amended complaints filed in the past year are attacking requirements that consumers must purchase wine in person, with the first court decisions recently issued in Maine and Kentucky. Wineries also are challenging legal shipping limits that are based on production volume.
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