The Wine Industry’s Voice In Washington DC
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WineAmerica works tirelessly to improve legislation regulating winemaking, sales and distribution. We serve as your eyes and ears in the nation’s capital, monitoring the issues that impact your business.
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In 2022, WineAmerica commissioned a leading economics firm, John Dunham & Associates of New York City, to conduct a national economic impact study of the American wine industry, including a state-by-state breakdown.
The study reveals that the US wine industry has an economic impact of over $276 billion per year.
You can use the data in this special report on the wine industry’s economic impact in 2022 for your business needs.
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TTB Issues Interim Policy on Gluten Content Statements in the Labeling and Advertising of Wines, Distilled Spirits, and Malt Beverages
The TTB has issued an interim policy on the inclusion of gluten content statements on alcohol beverage products. The following passage pertains to wine, which can be labeled as gluten free: TTB has received requests from various alcohol beverage industry members itregulates who wish to use gluten-free statements on their labels and in advertisements.Pending the … Read more
Our friends and WineAmerica supplier member ShipCompliant penned this highly informative blog posting about direct shipping opening up in NJ. The First of May Brings the First of Direct Wine Shipping to the Garden State May 1st, 2012 By Sarah Werner – ShipCompliant Research Team Spring brings more than flowers this year for supporters of … Read more
On April 18, the Senate Finance Committee Subcommittee on International Trade, Customs, and Global Competitiveness held a hearing on trade opportunities in the Asia Pacific region for Northwest wineries and other agricultural producers, http://finance.senate.gov/hearings/hearing/?id=608e6840-5056-a032-521b-eb6a46c4c9dd. Steve Thomson, Executive Vice President of King Estate Winery in Oregon, and a WineAmerica board member was one of the witnesses. … Read more