4.70 Application 4.71 Standard wine containers 4.72 Metric standards of fill §4.70 Application (a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, no person engaged in business as a producer, rectifier, blender, importer, or wholesaler of wine, directly or indirectly or through an affiliate, shall sell or ship or deliver for sale or shipment, or otherwise introduce in interstate or foreign commerce, or receive therein, or remove from customs custody, any wine unless such wine is bottled or packed in the standard wine containers herein prescribed. (b) Sections 4.71 and 4.72 of this part do not apply to: (1) Sake (2) Wine packed in containers of 18 liters or more. (3) Imported wine in the original containers in which[…]

§4.101 Use of the term “organic” (a) Use of the term “organic” is optional and is treated as “additional information on labels” under §4.38(f). (b) Any use of the term “organic” on a wine label or in advertising of wine must comply with the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Organic Program rules (7 CFR Part 205) as interpreted by the USDA. (c) This section applies to labels and advertising that use the term “organic” on and after October 21, 2002. [T.D. ATF-483, 67 FR 62858, Oct. 8, 2002]

Source: T.D. ATF-370, 61 FR 539, Jan. 8, 1996, unless otherwise noted. 4.91 List of approved prime names 4.92 Alternative names permitted for temporary use 4.93 Approval of grape variety names §4.91 List of approved names The following grape variety names have been approved by the Administrator for use as type designations for American wines. When more than one name may be used to identify a single variety of grape, the synonym is shown in parentheses following the grape variety names. Grape variety names may appear on labels of wine in upper or in lower case, and may be spelled with or without the hyphens or diacritic marks indicated in the following list. Aglianico Freisa Peverella Agawam French Colombard (Colombard)[…]

4.60 Application 4.61 Definitions 4.62 Mandatory statements 4.63 Legibility of mandatory information 4.64 Prohibited practices 4.65 Comparative Advertising §4.60 Application No person engaged in the business as a producer, rectifier, blender, importer, or wholesaler of wine, directly or indirectly or through an affiliate, shall publish or disseminate or cause to be published or disseminated by radio or television broadcast, or in any newspaper, periodical, or any publication, by any sign or outdoor advertisement, or any other printed or graphic matter, any advertisement of wine, if such advertising is in, or is calculated to induce sale in, interstate or foreign commerce, or is disseminated by mail, unless such advertisement is in conformity with §§4.60-4.65 of this part. Provided, that such sections[…]

4.50 Certificates of label approval 4.51 Exhibiting certificates to Government officials 4.52 Photoprints 4.53 Retention of certificates §4.50 Certificates of label approval (a) No person shall bottle or pack wine, other than wine bottled or packed in U.S. Customs custody, or remove such wine from the plant where bottled or packed, unless an approved certificate of label approval, TTB Form 5100.31, is issued by the appropriate TTB officer. (b) Any bottler or packer of wine shall be exempt from the requirements of this section if upon application the bottler or packer shows to the satisfaction of the appropriate TTB officer that the wine to be bottled or packed is not to be sold, offered for sale, or shipped or delivered[…]

4.40 Label approval and release 4.45 Certificates of origin and identity §4.40 Label approval and release (a) Certificate of label approval Wine, imported in containers, is not eligible for release from customs custody for consumption, and no person may remove such wine from customs custody for consumption, unless the person removing the wine has obtained and is in possession of a certificate of label approval (COLA) and the containers bear labels identical to the labels appearing on the face of the certificate, or labels with changes authorized by the form. Any person removing wine in containers from customs custody for consumption must first apply for and obtain a COLA covering the wine from the appropriate TTB officer, or obtain authorization[…]

4.30 General 4.32 Mandatory label information 4.32a Voluntary disclosure of major food allergens 4.32b Petitions for exemption from major food allergen labeling 4.33 Brand names 4.34 Class and type 4.35 Name and address 4.36 Alcoholic content 4.37 Net contents 4.38 General requirements 4.38a Bottle cartons, booklets and leaflets 4.39 Prohibited practices §4.30 General (a) Application No person engaged in business as a producer, rectifier, blender, importer, or wholesaler, directly or indirectly or through an affiliate, shall sell or ship or deliver for sale or shipment, or otherwise introduce in interstate or foreign commerce, or receive therein, or remove from customs custody, any wine in containers unless such wine is packaged, and such packages are marked, branded, and labeled in conformity[…]

4.20 Application of standards 4.21 The standards of identity 4.22 Blends, cellar treatment alteration of class or type 4.23 Varietal (grape type) designations 4.24 Generic, semi-generic and non-generic designations of geographic significance 4.25 Appellations of origin 4.26 Estate bottled 4.27 Vintage wine 4.28 Type designations of varietal significance §4.20 Application of standards The standards of identity for the several classes and types of wine set forth herein shall be applicable to all regulations and permits issued under the act. Whenever any term for which a standard of identity has been established herein is used in any such regulation or permit, such term shall have the meaning assigned to it by such standard of identity. §4.21 The standards of identity Standards[…]

§4.10 Meaning of terms As used in this part, unless the context otherwise requires, terms shall have the meaning ascribed in this part. Act – The Federal Alcohol Administration Act. Added brandy – Brandy or wine spirits for use in fortification of wine as permitted by internal revenue law. Administrator – The Administrator, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, Department of the Treasury, Washington, DC. Advertisement – See §4.61 for meaning of term as used in subpart G of this part. Alcohol – Ethyl alcohol distilled at or above 190° proof. American – The several States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico; “State” includes the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Appropriate TTB officer – An officer or[…]