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Labels tell tales
29 Jul 2011 by Guest contributor
Labelling of wine has long been a contentious issue, and has certainly been discussed at length on this site (see Labelling for consumer not producer , Have Europe’s wine labels changed? , Laithwaites and their labelling , and The case for total disclosure to mention just a few articles. Just type ‘labels’ into the search field or click on the ‘labels’ tag at the end of this article for more. Even the US Federal department, the Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), is currently in the process of ‘amending the regulations concerning various winemaking terms commonly used on labels and in advertisements to provide consumers with...

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