Building a wine label (or two if you have a front and back label) can be an overwhelming task. How much information should be included? And what does that information mean? Luckily, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) breaks down the legal content needed on a wine label.
The TTB also has regulations on optional information you may want to include on your wine label. This includes information like the vintage (or year the grapes were harvested), appellation (use of a state’s name), and estate bottled (all parts of the wine making process took place at the winery).
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