What Comes Next in Wine Shipping Fight?

What Comes Next in Wine Shipping Fight?
The U.S. Supreme Court will not address retailer direct shipping this session, disappointing consumer rights advocates. (Rudy Sulgan/Getty Images)
From the Dec 31, 2021, issue

Should wine lovers have the right to buy wine from retailers in other states? While the Supreme Court has yet to answer this question, many wine retailers are challenging out-of-state shipping bans in ongoing cases in hopes of the Court ruling in their favor. Wine Spectator takes a look into some of these cases, which have the potential to reshape wine sales in the U.S.

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