16-3-417. Supplier provisions. (1) An agreement of distributorship must provide that a table wine distributor shall:
(a) maintain the financial and competitive capability to efficiently and effectively distribute a supplier's products;
(b) maintain the quality and integrity of a supplier's products in a manner set forth by the supplier;
(c) exert the table wine distributor's best efforts to sell the supplier's wines;
(d) merchandise the products in retail stores as agreed between the table wine distributor and the supplier; and
(e) give a supplier not less than 60 days' written notice of the table wine distributor's intent to terminate an agreement of distributorship.
(2) As provided in 16-3-416, a supplier may terminate an agreement of distributorship based on a deficiency or other good cause by giving 60 days' prior written notice to the table wine distributor.
(3) A supplier may terminate an agreement of distributorship immediately and without notice if the reason for the termination is insolvency, assignment for the benefit of creditors, bankruptcy, or revocation or suspension for more than 14 days of a license to operate that is required by the state or the federal government.