US: Wine vintage requirements lowered

By Joel Ceausu | 5 July 2006

US tax authorities have approved changes in vintage regulations for wine. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau has cut the minimum content requirement from a certain vintage from 95% to 85% on wine from state and county designations.

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US tax authorities have approved changes in vintage regulations for wine. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau has cut the minimum content requirement from a certain vintage from 95% to 85% on wine from state and county designations.

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