Wineries may now apply for a Direct Wine Shipper License from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, The license fee is $250 per year.  Wineries must also obtain a Sales Tax License from the PA Dept. of Revenue,   This new direct to consumer license allows each winery to ship up to 36 cases […]

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  Your application has been approved – now what? In order to maintain compliance in a TTB-regulated industry, you may need to meet ongoing requirements, such as filing reports and paying federal excise taxes. We’ve created an online tool to guide you through the TTB requirements for your business operations and the information you need […]

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TTB Penalties On Late Tax Returns

  TAX TOPIC: PENALTIES AND INTEREST The law imposes penalties to ensure that all taxpayers pay their taxes. When you fail to timely file a required tax return, make timely tax payment or deposits, or willfully neglect to pay your taxes, the Government may impose certain financial penalties against you. If you underpay your tax […]

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Louisiana Direct to Consumer rule change

Louisiana has changed the rules for shipping to consumers. If the winery has a relationship with a wholesaler, the winery may only ship to consumers if the consumer makes the purchase in the tasting room. The change became effective earlier in the year but the state will now begin enforcing the rule.

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Options for off-site wine destruction

Wine production is expensive and cost control (without sacrificing quality) is always the focus. However, there are times when the quality of a particular wine in production/aging goes bad. In some instances the wine can be salvaged with a little extra work and sometimes there is no other alternative but to destroy the wine which […]

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Starting The New Year Off Strong

As the New Year begins, one thing we want to make sure of is that everyone is accurately and efficiently reporting out-of-state shipments. Many states ask for additional reporting information other than the usual information provided (name, address, ship date, sale amount, etc). Here are the additional requirements for out-of-state shipment reporting: AZ – County […]

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On Site Visit with CDFA

Uncorked Compliance will be hosting an informal gathering with a representative from the CA Dept. of Food & Agriculture. The representative will have handouts and be available to answer your questions about the CDFA Processor’s license purpose, rights and responsibilities. Please join us January 21, 2016 at 3pm in the Uncorked Compliance conference room located […]

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