Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 140. Winery License.
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AS 04.11.140. Winery License.

(a) A winery license authorizes the holder to operate a winery where wine is manufactured and bottled or barreled for sale.

(b) The holder of a winery license may sell wine in quantities of

(1) not more than five gallons

(A) to an individual who is present on the licensed premises; or

(B) by shipping to an individual if the shipment is not to an area that has prohibited the importation or possession of alcoholic beverages under this chapter or to an area that has limited the importation or possession of alcoholic beverages unless the sale complies with the limitation;

(2) more than five gallons to a person who is licensed under this title, or in another state or country.

(c) The holder of a winery license may permit a person to sample small portions of the wine free of charge unless prohibited by AS 04.16.030 .

(d) The biennial winery license fee is $500.

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