Ship and Distribute Beverage Alcohol with Confidence

SOVOS SHIPCOMPLIANT HAS THE EXPERTISE YOU NEED

Compliance shouldn't be a barrier to growth

Whether you’re with a winery, brewery, distillery, importer, distributor or retailer, meeting all federal and state regulations for direct-to-consumer and three-tier distribution is a business priority.

Sovos ShipCompliant has been the leader in automated alcohol beverage compliance tools for more than 15 years, providing a full suite of cloud-based solutions to reduce risk and lessen your compliance burden. We are here to help you accelerate the process of bringing new products to market and enable revenue growth.

Why Companies Choose Sovos ShipCompliant

Guaranteed accuracy

Conduct comprehensive, real-time compliance checks to eliminate potential errors in every state and jurisdiction where you do business.

Simplified processes

Centralize processes and increase visibility, so all team members and stakeholders can view all relevant data with ease, saving valuable time and costs in the case of an audit.

Reduced risk

Reduce the threat of audits and financial penalties, interruptions to business operations and even loss of licensure due to non-compliance.

Sovos ShipCompliant Featured Solutions

Worry free compliance

Conduct alert-based license management, real-time compliance checks and integrated address and age checks.

Streamlined reporting

Generate fully automated and populated sales, excise, and direct shipper reports.

License management

Track all federal and state license deadlines and ensure timely renewal submissions.

Simplified project management

Organize regulatory obligations through a central repository for all brand compliance data.

Accurate tax rates

Apply tax rates down to the address level, so you are always collecting the correct amount.

Efficiency and time savings

Eliminate inefficiencies and time spent manually cross-referencing license and other information.

Sovos ShipCompliant Products and Services

Manage all of your shipping and distribution compliance needs with one solution. 

The Latest in Shipping and Distribution Compliance

North America ShipCompliant
July 23, 2021
DtC Shipping Essentials: Customer Aggregate Volume Limits (CAVL)

Direct-to-consumer (DtC) shipping has numerous rules and regulations that shippers must adhere to in order to stay compliant. Customer aggregate volume limits (CAVL) discern how much of a certain type of alcohol a single licensee can ship in a given period of time to select individuals within a state. CAVL can seem like a fairly […]

North America ShipCompliant
July 22, 2021
The Data: Wine DtC Shipments and Off-Premise Retail (June 2021 Special Report)

As we enter into the summer months, wine direct-to-consumer (DtC) shipments are still shifting in response to a tumultuous year. While the industry has largely righted itself, it remains essential to pay attention to marketplace data to keep pulse on that continued change.  Nielsen is collaborating with Wines Vines Analytics and Sovos ShipCompliant to provide […]

North America ShipCompliant
July 19, 2021
Multiple Shipping Facilities: Does it Make Sense?

By Milton Cornwell, COO, Copper Peak Logistics — a ShipCompliant Platinum Certified Partner Why should it matter if your direct-to-consumer (DtC) fulfillment partner has multiple shipping facilities? We at Copper Peak have found that the question of multiple shipping facilities is a very misunderstood concept in the wine fulfillment business, especially when it’s called many […]

North America ShipCompliant
July 14, 2021
What are the DtC Liquor Shipping Laws by State?

When it comes to direct-to-consumer (DtC) liquor shipping laws by state, distilleries and other spirits producers must adhere to shipping laws of the destination state. It is also important to remember that just because a state allows DtC beer shipping or DtC wine shipping, it does not necessarily mean that it allows DtC liquor shipping.  […]

North America ShipCompliant
July 13, 2021
Direct-to-Consumer (DtC) Shipping Essentials: Age Verification

There is perhaps nothing more important for anyone involved in the beverage alcohol market to do than to prevent sales to minors. It is illegal in every state to sell alcohol to anyone under the age of 21, and that restriction applies to every sale, regardless of where or how the sale occurs. Even accidentally […]