Resources

 

Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB)


 

Public COLA Registry Search Click Here
   
Pay.Gov Click Here
   
TTB Forms Click Here
   
Freedom of Information Act
(Frequently Requested Listings)
Click Here
   

California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC)


 

License Query System Click Here
   
Forms Click Here

 

 

California State Board of Equalization (BOE)


Online Registration System Click Here
   
Verify a Seller’s Permit Click Here
   
Sales & Use Tax Rates Click Here
   

California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA)



Market Enforcement Branch (licensing requirements, forms, listings)

Click Here
   

Winery Properties for Sale

 

For More Information on the wineries listed below, Contact Ed Keller


 

Ed Keller, Keller & D'Agostini

800-622-1323

somerset@saber.net

 

Chateau Rodin

Colibri Ridge Winery & Vineyards

Granite Springs Winery

Foothill Winery and Vineyard

 

 

Regulatory Updates:


 

 

November 1, 2013

Effective November 1, 2013, FedEx Ground and Air are cancelling their alcohol carrier licenses in North Dakota. All shipments of alcoholic beverages into North Dakota by FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, and FedEx Home Delivery will cease on 11/1/2013. 

UPS is complying with the new regulation 5-01-16, and is a licensed alcohol carrier.

 

For further information, contact Anne Hutchinson at the North Dakota Sales & Special Taxes Compliance Section: 701-328-2702 or via email ahutchison@nd.gov.

October 1, 2013
Montana’s new direct shipping law is in effect, revising the former process which previously required consumers to hold a Wine Connoisseurs License.  Wineries that wish to ship table wine direct to consumers in Montana must hold a Foreign Winery license with a Direct Shipping Endorsement.  Montana Code Annotated 2013- Definitions 16-1-106 (28) defines “table wine” as wine that contains not more than 16% alcohol by volume and includes cider.

Click here for PDF.

 Santa Barbara County Winery Ordinance News:


 

 

November/December 2013

As of December 4th, 2013, The Santa Barbara County Department of Planning and Development staff has concluded public comments on the revised draft of proposed county winery ordinance changes. 

A preliminary ordinance is expected to be presented to the public in late February or early March of 2014 and will undergo an environmental review.

To read the proposed changes, or to get further information,visit: SB Winery Ordinance

Contact David Lackie at 805-568-2023 or dlackie@countyofsb.org for more details.