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...

The Survey Results Are In!

Thank you to all of you who took the time to take our survey on your experiences navigating winery compliance! Your answers were helpful, insightful and in some cases pretty amusing. We are now getting to work creating the first version of the winery compliance...

Three TTB Websites For Managing Your Winery Compliance

The TTB, the Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau which all US wineries must comply with for their permitting, records and reporting requirements has been very efficient at creating online platforms so all of you never have to send them another piece of paper...

TTB compliance code-breaker for US wineries

There’s a ridiculous amount of terminology thrown at unsuspecting wineries related to their TTB compliance. They are required to be able to decipher what all this terminology means to them from a day to day perspective in order to keep in the good graces of the...

Helpful TTB manual & book for wine label requirements

A wine label. The cover on the finished book of a wine’s life. That’s how I’ve often referred to them. In my world they are also the easiest way to explain to someone what it is that I do. Believe it or not most people’s faces gloss over when...