A late-August ruling by federal Judge John Daniel Tinder has made it possible for Indiana consumers to receive wine shipments directly from producers. The judge concluded that Indiana's direct-shipping laws, passed in 2006, did not give equal treatment to Indianan and out-of-state wineries, as required by a 2005 Supreme Court decision.
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