Weekly Roundup | DtC Update from LA, Millennial Consumption Data, and the Future of Wine Bottles

Happy Monday, folks! I hope this first week of spring is treating you well so far. This week, our roundup has lots of updates, including some important news from Louisiana, millennial consumption data, and the changing landscape of wine bottles. I hope you find it interesting. If you read something I missed, let me know in the comments!

LegislativeUpdate

New DtC Registration Requirement and Restrictions for Off-Site Sales in LA | A winery that sells to a Louisiana wholesaler is no longer permitted to make off-site direct sales of any of its products. ShipCompliant

TTB Weekly Newsletter | This week’s newsletter includes new FAQs for category management. TTB

IndustryUp

The FAQs of DIRECT 2016 | Because we know you have questions about what to expect at this year’s event, we’ve compiled all of our answers. ShipCompliant

2015 Beer Industry Review | A look at beer data from 2015. NBWA

Support Your Local Brewery | SYLB is a national, grassroots partnership of professional trade associations, brewers, and beer enthusiasts dedicated to promoting and protecting the legislative and regulatory interests of America’s small, independent and traditional craft brewers. Craft Beer

DontMissOut

ShipCompliant Workplace Traditions | Check out three of our various traditions, large and small, that we’ve created throughout the company’s history. ShipCompliant

Millennials Catch Boomers in Wine Consumption | Two important trends to notice: millennial drinkers have caught up with baby boomers and the boomers’ wine consumption has begun to drop. Wines&Vines

The Changing Landscape of Wine Bottles | Glass sales are strong in spite of widespread imports; plastic makes inroads with major brands. Wines&Vines

JustFun

Four Classic Cocktails Perfect for Spring | Spring is here! What better way to celebrate than a Bee’s Knees cocktail? Brit + CO

How to Fill Your Adult Easter Basket | Easter is just around the corner, and that means Easter egg hunts, chocolate bunnies and of course, an Easter basket. You know, kids stuff. VinePair

 

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