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Welcome to WineAmerica
The National Association of American Wineries

The mission of WineAmerica is to encourage the dynamic growth and development of American wineries and winegrowing through the advancement and advocacy of sound public policy. The Association also provides membership services to assist wineries with a variety of business operations. We invite you to explore the site to learn more about WineAmerica’s activities, membership, and benefits.

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National Wine
Policy Bulletin

November 2014

Highlights: The TTB will be reducing the regulatory burden placed on small brewers by imposing a flat $1,000 brewer’s bond amount for small brewers. Governor Brown of California signed several bills into law pertaining to agricultural practices. On Election Day, many states and counties voted to change their laws pertaining to the sale of alcohol.

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WineAmerica News Post

Meyers & Associates, LLC to Represent WineAmerica

After an extensive search, the WineAmerica Board of Directors chose Meyers and Associates for their strong agriculture policy and regulatory expertise. Meyers & Associates, LLC is a Washington-based government relations/business consulting firm that assists individuals, companies, trade associations, universities and [...] read more

TTB Expands Allowable Revisions to Alcohol Beverage Labels

TTB has added six new allowable revisions (to the existing 28) to alcohol beverage labels. To streamline the COLA approval process, TTB allows for certain changes to be made to labels without subject to a new COLA approval. Of particular [...] read more