2020 Arkansas Code
Title 3 - Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 5 - Beer and Wine — Manufacture, Sale, and Transportation Generally
Subchapter 8 - Native Wine Industry Disaster Relief Act
§ 3-5-807. Tax on wines produced under program

Universal Citation: AR Code § 3-5-807 (2020)
  1. (a) During a period of native wine industry disaster relief order issued by the Secretary of the Department of Finance and Administration under the provisions of § 3-5-805, any native wine produced from grapes, berries, fruits, or vegetables within the permissible quantities authorized to be imported from sources of supply outside this state to replace losses in production of such products in this state resulting from natural disaster, within the percentages set forth in the native wine industry disaster relief order of the secretary, shall be subject to the native wine tax imposed under the provisions of § 3-5-409 [repealed]. The provisions of subchapter 6 of this chapter shall be inoperative with respect to wines produced from the grapes, fruits, berries, and vegetables imported from sources of supply outside this state within the quantities set forth in the order of the secretary.

  2. (b) However, if quantities of wine are produced from the grapes, berries, fruits, and vegetables, or juices, pulp, or blendable wines thereof produced outside this state in excess of the percentage of the products authorized in the order of the secretary to offset losses of production in this state resulting from natural disaster, the tax on such excess native wine produced from imported grapes, fruits, berries, and vegetables, or from juices, pulp, or blendable wines derived therefrom, shall be reported and paid as provided in subchapter 6 of this chapter.

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