After a 16-year run, most tariffs between the U.S. and E.U. on wines and spirits will come to an end. No longer part of the E.U., the U.K. is still awaiting its own deal.
American rum, brandy, vodka, and vermouth will all no longer be subject to respective 25 percent tariffs in Europe. And the 25 percent tariff will be dropped on a large group of alcoholic beverages shipped into the U.S. such as wines coming from France, Germany, Spain, the U.K. and stronger wines from France and Germany.
Beer products were never included in the tariffs.