Guide to U.S. Wine Label Regulations
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) regulates wine with an alcohol content of 7% or more, and the labeling of these wines must be approved by TTB before marketing. Registrar Corp’s wine labeling guide will arm you with the knowledge you need to develop a compliant wine label.
Our guide contains information on:
- Class and Type Designations – Understand requirements for identifying your wine as a certain class (grape, citrus, etc.) and type (table, dessert, red, white, Chianti, etc.)
- Required Content – Ensure your wine label includes all necessary components (origin, alcohol content, net contents, etc.)
- Sizing and Placement – TTB requires a particular type size and placement of everything from the brand name to health warnings.
- Disclosures – Certain contents must be disclosed on the label (sulfites, allergens, some color additives, etc.)
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