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Should Wine Labels List Ingredients?

TTB is considering rule changes that would require ingredients and nutritional information on wine labels. By Jeff Siegel The U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade...

Harvest Compliance Training Federal Course Now Available Online

Napa, California | August 3, 2022: Just in time for harvest, the Winery Compliance Training Academy has released its TTB Winery Harvest Compliance Training....

WineAmerica: Upcoming Legislation Will Directly Impact Wine Industry

Wine is one of the most heavily regulated products on both federal and state levels — and the regulatory environments change frequently, so vigilance...

Will TTB Eliminate All Standards of Fill?

The TTB is asking for comment about eliminating all standards of fill for wine and spirits. By Jeff Siegel The wine industry, already beset by supply...

Expert Inspection of the Executive Order Promoting Competition in American Economy

Last year's Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy caused a great deal of buzz within the beverage alcohol industry. However, for...

What the Biden Administration’s Anti-Trust Directive Means for the Wholesale Tier

Experts believe the Executive Order may correct unfair trade practices; few predict any immediate or drastic results. Could the Biden Administration try to break up...

Three New Can Sizes for Wine-in-Cans Approved by TTB

The TTB added three new can sizes to the standard of fill for packaging wine-in-a-can: 200ml, 250ml and 355ml. This means winemakers can sell INDIVIDUAL cans in...

Afternoon Brief, April 1

Coronavirus Brings Quick Changes to State Alcohol Laws: States are temporarily relaxing laws on alcohol purchases, providing a major win to the beer, wine and spirits lobby during the coronavirus pandemic...

TTB Alcohol Beverage Labeling and Advertising Regulations Final Rule

On April 2, 2020, TTB will publish a final rule to address certain proposals included in Notice 176, Modernization of the Labeling and Advertising Regulations for...

Afternoon Brief, March 30

U.S. Wineries Estimated March Loss More Than $400 Million: A survey conducted by the Wine America trade group found about 10% of U.S. wineries have collectively lost about $40.4 million so far in March - and extrapolated those numbers to assume the entire sector lost more than $400 million this month as a result of the coronavirus pandemic...

Afternoon Brief, March 27

Wine Lessons from a Past Epidemic: The 2003 SARS epidemic hit Chinas wine trade hard. While some companies collapsed, others came out stronger. Ian Ford speaks to Felicity Carter about what he saw...

Afternoon Brief, December 13

The Financial Penalty Wineries Now Pay for Climate Change: There is a hidden cost of climate change to wine producers and the Australian wine industry had a small taste of it in the lead up to Christmas, from rising insurance premiums to cancelled winery tours...

Afternoon Brief, November 12

Missing: 6 Million Female Premium Wine Drinkers: Women are significantly under-represented among US wine drinkers who spend $15 or more on a bottle. Could they be the next growth opportunity?

Afternoon Brief, November 1

U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein Says Senate Approves New Funding, Resources for Combating California Wildfires: Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) on Thursday released the following statement after helping securing additional wildfire funding and resources in the package of funding bills passed by the Senate...

Afternoon Brief, September 20

North Coast Grape Growers Fear Tons of Fruit Will Be Left on the Vine Unsold: As he hustled around a flatbed trailer parked along the road earlier this week, Will Ivancovich was abuzz during the first day of grape picking for this years harvest at his Kenwood vineyard. Clad in a white fedora hat and with an unlit cigar dangling from his mouth, the 71-year-old Ivancovich easily kept up with the workers decades younger...
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