(a) A licensed winegrower or brandy manufacturer, in addition to exercising all the
privileges of their license at their licensed premises, may exercise all the license
privileges at or from branch offices or warehouses, or United States bonded wine cellars
located away from the place of production or manufacture, other than the following
(1) Production or manufacture.
(2) The sale of wine or brandy to consumers for consumption on the premises in a bona
fide eating place.
(b) The department may issue to a winegrower or brandy manufacturer a duplicate of
the original license for a location or locations other than the wine production or
brandy manufacture premises. The duplicate license authorizes the maintenance and operation of each branch or
warehouse or United States bonded wine cellar declared and designated by the winegrower
or brandy manufacturer at the location for which the duplicate license is issued.
(c) Notwithstanding any other law, the department may allow any person that held more than one original winegrower's
license, on or before January 1, 1981, to transfer any duplicate license which has
been issued, on or before January 1, 1981, on any of the original winegrower's licenses
to any other original winegrower's license held by that person, on or before January
1, 1981, provided that the licensee cancels the original winegrower's license from
which any duplicate license is transferred. This subdivision shall not authorize any person to acquire any additional duplicate
licenses other than those held by that licensee on or before January 1, 1981.
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