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How to Ship Wine (Legally) Through the Mail

With the holidays fast approaching, many people aged 21 and older are getting ready to put down their kale smoothies and pick up the bottle of vino. That’s right — between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve, drinking season is upon us. Since it’s also a time of gift-giving, many more will try to navigate the labyrinth of rules that govern how to ship wine through the mail.
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