New York Orders New Jersey Retailer to Stay Out

Robert Taylor
Issue: November 15, 2013

New York's alcohol regulators have told the Wine Library, located in Springfield Township, N.J., to stop sending wine to New York customers. The move could be part of a crackdown on direct shipping by wine retailers. In August, the State Liquor Authority (NYSLA) issued a cease-and-desist letter to the prominent retailer. Wine Spectator's Robert Taylor reports.

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