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TTB Label Applications Now Require Listing of Wine Varietals

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) has updated the Certificate of Label Approval (COLA) form used to apply for label approval. The application, which is form TTB F 5100.31, now requests information about any grape varietals listed on a proposed wine label. Additionally, the COLA form has been updated to consolidate items needed for a pre-COLA evaluation, which is required for some products. The application form now consolidates these requirements into a “formula” field. The new COLAs online application system will also be updated to reflect these changes, but for the present time, COLAs filed electronically will not be required to include grape varietals.

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