Revised Wine Legistlation Signed into Law

Governor Baldacci has signed  a revision to the 2009 law that regulates wine tastings.
The law had required that wine stores run tastings “in a manner that precludes the possibility of observation by children”. The revised law strikes that provision; shops now just have to “post prominently at the entrance to the store a sign that announces the date and time of the event”.
The revised law also enables shops to conduct up to 3 tastings per month and no more than 24  per year.
For additional reporting see: Chow Maine.

2 comments on “Revised Wine Legistlation Signed into Law

  1. Amazing – lets use our tax dollars to establish and then repeal these idiotic laws! It’s about time!

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