This consolidation is unofficial and is for reference only. For the official version of the regulations, consult the original documents on file with the Registry of Regulations, or refer to the Royal Gazette Part II. Regulations are amended frequently. Please check the list of Regulations by Act to see if there are any recent amendments to these regulations filed with our office that are not yet included in this consolidation. Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this electronic version, the Registry of Regulations assumes no responsibility for any discrepancies that may have resulted from reformatting. This electronic version is copyright © 2015, Province of Nova Scotia, all rights reserved. It is for your personal use and may not be copied for the purposes of resale in this or any other form.
Importing Wine for Personal Use
made under clause 50(1f) of the
Liquor Control Act
R.S.N.S. 1989, c. 260
O.I.C. 2015-211 (June 23, 2015), N.S. Reg. 267/2015
1 These regulations may be cited as the Importing Wine for Personal Use Regulations.
Importing wine for personal use
2 For the purpose of clause 50(lf) of the Act, an individual may import wine into the Province from another province for his or her personal consumption and not for resale or other commercial use only if all of the following conditions are met:
(a) the winery that produced the wine is duly licensed or otherwise legally permitted under the laws of the other province to produce and sell the wine;
(b) at least 85% of the wine content in the bottle is derived from fruits or other agricultural products grown in the province in which the winery that produced the wine is located and the remaining content in the bottle is derived from fruits or other agricultural products grown within Canada;
(c) the individual buys the wine from the winery that produced it.