Cheers! Alabama governor signs limited wine delivery bill
Wine deliveries will soon be hitting the stoops of Alabamians.
Gov. Kay Ivey signed a law that allows wineries to obtain direct wine shipping licenses from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and ship limited amounts of wine to residents 21 years and older. Wine-of-the-month clubs are also allowed, but only if they are through the producer and not a retailer.
The bill by Republican Rep. Terri Collins was approved after years of debate.