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Tasting room law interpretation

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Since I have not heard anything back from the "higher powers", I thought I might post my question here for interpretation.

South Carolina's law states "tastings may not occur in conjunction with the service of food in a restaurant setting"

I interpret this as no Tasting Dinners, like those you see with wine at many nicer restaurants. However, I would assume that once sold to a wholesaler, that would be a non-issue. Could I do events at bars/restaurants and be considered not serving in conjunction with food in that setting? How would you interpret it? What would you think would/would not be allowed? It just seems slightly open-ended.

The regulatory agencies (Alcohol Beverage Licensing, Dept of Rev) have not responded to any requests, though usually when they do you get a typical half answer.



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