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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 12-702

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(a) There is a Class A2 light wine license in the City.

(b) The license may be issued to a holder of a Class 3 winery license or a Class 4 limited winery license.

(c) The license authorizes the license holder to sell at retail light wine produced or bottled on the winery premises:

(1) for off-premises consumption;  or

(2) for on-premises consumption by the drink in a restaurant that is:

(i) owned and operated by the holder of the Class 4 limited winery license;  and

(ii) located immediately adjacent to the winery premises.

(d) The Board shall establish the hours and days of sale under the license.

(e) The annual license fee is $250.

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