I am not a lawyer anywhere, let alone in WI, but I think it needs to be included.
In the tax code it is defined this way:http://docs.legis.wi.gov/statutes/statutes/139/I/01/2m
(2m) "Cider" means any alcoholic beverage that is obtained from the alcoholic fermentation of the juice of apples and that contains not less than 0.5% alcohol by volume and not more than 7.0% alcohol by volume. "Cider" includes, but is not limited to, flavored, sparkling and carbonated cider.
However under the alcoholic beverages it has the definition you showed:http://docs.legis.wi.gov/statutes/statutes/125/I/02/22
(22) "Wine" means products obtained from the normal alcohol fermentation of the juice or must of sound, ripe grapes, other fruits or other agricultural products, imitation wine, compounds sold as wine, vermouth, cider, perry, mead and sake, if such products contain not less than 0.5 percent nor more than 21 percent of alcohol by volume.
So, for the top part shown in the post where it is modifying section 125, there is no need to include cider because the definition in section 125 includes it under wine. However
, in the bottom part where it is modifying section 139 I think cider needs to be spelled out because the definition in section 139 has cider separate.
Again, I'm not a lawyer so you should run it past someone who is. That's just my take on it.