Indiana Shipping Shut Down
I am sure others have reported on this and can tear apart the arguments but my take on the final bill is that Indiana wineries have lost the ability to ship to customers and to sell direct to restaurants and retailers. Some wineries will not survive. The picture is from the Butler Winery and Vineyards web-site which has an entire section on the "Shipping Legislation" proclaiming "Indiana wineries fight for their lives."
I missed this one in Indiana (and I read that Kentucky is on the verge of doing the same thing), but I am getting the sense that more states are shutting down all shipping versus opening up markets for consumers. Tom, what is the scorecard after the Supreme Court decision to strike down the shipping regulations? Are more states opening up their markets or are more states shutting down all shipping?