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Recorking Wine Served with a Meal
Sponsor Statement for House Bill 382
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Released:
January 23, 2006
Updated:
February 19, 2012


"An Act relating to recorking, sealing, or packaging of wine served with a meal and removal of recorked, sealed, or packaged wine from licensed premises. "


"HB 382 is an additional tool to curb DUI's by allowing the consumer to purchase and enjoy a bottle of wine with their dinner, and not overindulge simply because of economics."
- Rep. Ramras

 

House Bill 382 will allow the patrons of restaurants to enjoy a bottle of wine with their meals without the need to consume the entire bottle. Presently, if a customer purchases dinner and is unable to eat it all they can request a package to take the leftovers home. If it is a bottle of wine the only options are to finish it before leaving, or leave the unconsumed portion at the restaurant. Since the majority of customers chose the first option they may have had too much to safely drive.

What House Bill 382 does is allow the restaurant to recork the bottle in such a manner as to require the use of a corkscrew to reopen the bottle. In the case of non-corked bottles or at the discretion of the Alcohol Beverage Control Board the wine can be sealed.

House Bill 382 is an additional tool to curb DUI's by allowing the consumer to purchase and enjoy a bottle of wine with their dinner, and not overindulge simply because of economics.

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