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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 2-135

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(a) There is a nonresident winery permit.

(b) The Comptroller may issue the permit to a person that:

(1) is licensed outside the State to engage in the manufacture of wine;

(2) produces not more than 27,500 gallons of its own wine annually;  and

(3) does not hold a nonresident dealer's permit under § 2-124 of this subtitle.

(c) The permit authorizes the holder to sell and deliver its own wine from a location outside the State to a holder of a permit or retail license in the State authorized to acquire the wine.

(d) The permit holder shall comply with requirements that apply to a holder of a Class 6 limited wine wholesaler's license under:

(1) this article;

(2) the Tax--General Article;  and

(3) the regulations of the Comptroller.

(e) The permit fee is $50.

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