The grape harvest is once again upon us. For all of you that actually means something to (all you hardworking winery folk!) you’re either excited to see it come, somewhat intrigued because it provides a change of pace or you’re very much in the “been there, done that” camp with the whole thing.

If you’re in either of the first two categories AND part of your job duties involve any of the following:

  • Filling out weigh tags for grape loads
  • processing work orders related to harvest
  • completing or submitting the TTB “702” or CA Grape crush reports

Listen up! Are you totally confident in these records & reports I mentioned? Confident that they would all meet the requirements of any of the following:

  • TTB audit
  • County AG commissioner audit
  • County Planning audit

If you either hesitated or thought “what’s an audit?” then chances are you’re a candidate to benefit from my webinar on Thursday, August 7th. Click here to sign up.

Each of the items mentioned, weigh tags, work orders and the two reports are required to list specific details and be completed in specific ways that are directly tied to TTB, California and county (Napa) regulations.

Listen in on the webinar to find out just what those are & see if your winery records are already set up to keep in the good graces of all 3 levels of government! Just click this link below to sign up:

“Have a Hassle Free Harvest” Webinar:   Thursday, August 7th   10:30 am to noon PST

Questions are welcome & encouraged! (specific to the topics covered of course)

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