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The TTB is paper free!

Not surprisingly, one of the most common reasons for the unpopularity of managing winery compliance is the piles and piles of reports required. Add to that the fact that many of the regulating agencies are still in the dark ages world of paper filing for their...

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Video: Wineries don’t do this on your weigh tags!

  It’s game on for harvest !  Once the grapes start rolling in things heat up pretty fast. (No fermentation-related pun intended) Things can also quickly become rather chaotic when it comes to harvest related recordkeeping. Specifically your weigh tags. If you are someone who fills out weigh tags- I’ve got a warning reminder for […]

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Wine labels start at harvest

The grape harvest of 2022 is just getting going here in California. But before grapes roll into wineries and are weighed and documented, wineries need to be thinking down the road to the labels that will be put on the wines from those grapes. This is because several...

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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 was...

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The TTB Reports all US Wineries are required to file

All US wineries are required to file three primary reports to the TTB (the Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau) Of those three reports one of them is always required to be filed and the other two are only required if the winery does specific activities. All...

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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...

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