When does a wine qualify for Napa?

The names Napa and Napa Valley have very solid name recognition around the world. Their most common association is of course wine. If we see the words Napa Valley or even just the word Napa on labels or advertising for wine, we’re likely to think that the wine...

New Training! How to complete the CA Grape Crush report

An annual report that all CA wineries (& all businesses that purchase grapes) must file is due by January 10th. That report, perhaps one of the most unpopular reports in the winery world is the CA Grape Crush Report. Full course info here   There is a...

Just in time! Harvest compliance training for wineries

What is the most common missing link for wineries with their compliance? Plain and simple, the missing link is effective training. This results in records being kept incorrectly (or not at all!), reports being completed incorrectly and winery staff having a...

Wine In A Can ?

Yes, wine in cans has been appearing on store shelves for a few years now. We had a question about the labels on these cans of wine, specifically about a statement that all wine labels must list. Most commonly that statement (The TTB Name and Address statement) will...