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requirements to secure spots on store shelves, but they all can be ordered online and delivered to ABC stores. For small distilleries, however, the ability to display all their products in tasting-room stores can make a big difference in sales. This has been an issue for Dry Fork


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Fruit Distillery, which is hoping to move its distillery to Danville’s River District by the end of the year. Currently located in an area of Patrick County that doesn’t allow liquor by the drink, the distillery says the move would allow it to have a tasting room. Dry Fork makes five types of moonshine, but only two are displayed on ABC stores’ shelves. The rest have to be special ordered. “Our biggest goal right now is to get


into a situation where we’re going to have our store,” says Vincent Puccio, Dry Fork’s co-owner. “We could sell anything in that store that we make.” In addition to offering distilleries with


distribution advantages, ABC provides enhanced marketing for Virginia prod- ucts, including specially marked bins, at its stores. “Virginia products are also on an automatic approval list for featured pro- motions and preferred display locations at all times,” says Carol Mawyer, public relations manager for Virginia ABC. For the second year in a row, the


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state has partnered with VDA on Vir- ginia Spirits Month in September. The promotion resulted in a 70.2 percent increase in sales at distilleries from September 2016 to September 2017. In-store sales were up 53.5 percent dur- ing that time period. “I think that is a testament to what


we’re able to do with this organization … doing a lot with a little bit of resources but a lot of expertise and a team mind- set amongst our members,” says Amy Ciarametaro, VDA’s executive director, who is a former marketing manager for the Virginia Wine Board. VDA also knows Rome wasn’t built


in a day. Changing government regula- tion is similar to aging whiskey, says Moore, the association’s president. “Patience is one of the key ingre-


dients,” he says. “That’s not always easy when we’re looking week by week at our bottom lines,” but simple regulatory changes would have a big impact on Vir- ginia’s distilleries. Time will tell whether those changes will come.


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