Hoosier wine makers do not appear to be whining too much over a new law.
Many wine makers say they can live with a 2006 law that changed the way wine is shipped to customers.
That is despite the fact the system has made business more complicated.
At least 16 of Indiana's more than 30 wineries have been issued a special permit that allows them to ship their products directly to customers.
The general assembly created the permit system in response to court battles over wine shipments.
That president of the Indiana Winegrower's Guild, says for now he does not expect any changes in the permit system.