Section 35 Liquor Act 2007 | Other Provisions for Wine Producers


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The Legislation

Section 35 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Other Provisions for Wine Producers and is set out below.

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35 Miscellaneous provisions relating to producers of wine and similar products

(1) This section applies to the holder of a producer/wholesaler licence who carries on business as a wine producer or as a producer of cider, perry or mead.

(2) Multiple premises Despite any other provision of this Act, the licensed premises to which a producer/wholesaler licence relates may comprise more than one set of premises, but only if:
(a) each set of premises is operated by the licensee, and
(b) the premises are all located in the same wine region (as determined in accordance with the regulations).

(3) Wine shows Liquor may only be sold or supplied by the licensee at a wine show in accordance with section 33 (1) (d):
(a) to customers or intending customers for consumption at the licensee’s display area, but only for the purposes of tasting, or
(b) in sealed containers for consumption away from the wine show.

(4) Producers’ markets or fairs Liquor may only be sold or supplied by the licensee at a producers’ market or fair in accordance with section 33 (1) (e):
(a) to customers or intending customers for consumption at the licensee’s stall, but only for the purposes of tasting, and
(b) in sealed containers for consumption away from the market or fair.

(5) Liquor must not be sold or supplied by the licensee at any such wine show, or at any such market or fair, to a person who is intoxicated.