Winegrowers spruik new law

Winegrowers spruik new law

WA wineries would be able to sell more wine at farmers’ markets, have an off-site shopfront and share cellar door facilities under a push by the peak wine body to change the State’s liquor laws. The WA Wine Industry Association wants the State Government to change 20-year-old rules governing how small to medium producers can sell wine, as part of a review of the Liquor Control Act. Association general manager Aymee Mastaglia said many of WA’s 382 wine producers found it difficult to sell through bottle shops, so were reliant on cellar door sales, reports the West Australian.

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