Maryland comptroller blocks self-distribution

Sovos
February 8, 2006

From the Baltimore Business Journal:

Maryland wineries will be prevented from directly selling their wines to retail stores and restaurants starting March 31, according to an administrative ruling the state’s comptroller’s office issued earlier this month.

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