What are the regulations of wine labels?

Label information on wine that is sold in the United States is regulated within a division of the Department of Treasury (The Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau – TTB).  The minimum information required for the bottles to be sold in the United States (whether foreign or domestic) includes: An identifying name brand, Identify the contents as being one of several classes, Alcohol content must be stated on any wines containing more than 14% alcohol by volume, Name and address of the bottle must appear on the label of all American wines, immediately preceded by the words “bottled by”, Metric size of the bottle.

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