Alabama

Products shipped to local Alabama liquor stores.



Alaska

There is no quantity limit. Local rules prohibit shipments to some areas. See restrictions here.

No sales tax is charged.



Arizona

Law limits quantity to 108 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Arkansas

Prohibited. No shipments are allowed.



California

There is no quantity limit.

Sales tax is charged.



Colorado

There is no quantity limit.

Sales tax is charged.



Connecticut

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles every rolling two months.

Sales tax is charged.



Delaware

Prohibited. No shipments are allowed.



District of Columbia

Law limits quantity to 12 bottles per month per winery.

No sales tax is charged.



Florida

Local laws in the Florida Counties of Lafayette, Liberty, Madison, Suwannee, and Washington prohibit shipment of wine. There is no quantity limit.

Sales tax is charged.



Georgia

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Hawaii

Law limits quantity to 72 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Idaho

Law limits quantity to 288 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Illinois

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Indiana

Law limits quantity to 288 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Iowa

There is no quantity limit.

Sales tax is charged.



Kansas

There is no quantity limit.

Sales tax is charged.



Kentucky

Kentucky wineries only.



Louisiana

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Maine

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Maryland

Law limits quantity to 216 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Massachusetts

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year per winery.

No sales tax is charged.



Michigan

There is no quantity limit.

Sales tax is charged.



Minnesota

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per year per winery.

No sales tax is charged.



Mississippi

Prohibited. No shipments are allowed.



Missouri

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per month per winery.

No sales tax is charged.



Montana

Law limits quantity to 216 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Nebraska

Law limits quantity to 12 bottles per month.

Sales tax is charged.



Nevada

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



New Hampshire

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

An 8% excise tax is charged.



New Jersey

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



New Mexico

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per month.

Sales tax is charged.



New York

Law limits quantity to 432 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



North Carolina

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per month.

Sales tax is charged.



North Dakota

Law limits quantity to 36 bottles per month.

Sales tax is charged.



Ohio

Law limits quantity to 288 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Oklahoma

Law limits quantity to 72 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Oregon

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per month.

No sales tax is charged.



Pennsylvania

Law limits quantity to 432 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Rhode Island

Prohibited. No shipments are allowed.



South Carolina

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per month.

Sales tax is charged.



Tennessee

Law limits quantity to 12 bottles per month, 36 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Texas

Law limits quantity to 45 bottles per month and 180 bottles per year per winery.

Sales tax is charged.



Utah

Prohibited. No shipments are allowed.



Vermont

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales Tax is charged.



Virginia

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per month.

Sales tax is charged.



Washington

There is no quantity limit.

Sales tax is charged.



West Virginia

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per month.

Sales tax is charged.



Wisconsin

Law limits quantity to 144 bottles per year.

Sales tax is charged.



Wyoming

Law limits quantity to 24 bottles per year.

A 12% excise tax and sales tax is charged.