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Title 27Chapter ISubchapter APart 4


TITLE 27—Alcohol, Tobacco Products and Firearms

CHAPTER I—ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX AND TRADE BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—ALCOHOL

PART 4—LABELING AND ADVERTISING OF WINE

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Subpart A—SCOPE

§4.1
General.
§4.2
Territorial extent.
§4.3
Forms prescribed.
§4.4
Delegations of the Administrator.
§4.5
Related regulations.
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Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§4.10
Meaning of terms.
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Subpart C—STANDARDS OF IDENTITY FOR WINE

§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) labeling.
§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.
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Subpart D—LABELING REQUIREMENTS FOR WINE

§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.
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Subpart E—REQUIREMENTS FOR WITHDRAWAL OF WINE FROM CUSTOMS CUSTODY

§4.40
Label approval and release.
§4.45
Certificates of origin, identity and proper cellar treatment.
§4.46
Certificate of nonstandard fill.
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Subpart F—REQUIREMENTS FOR APPROVAL OF LABELS OF WINE DOMESTICALLY BOTTLED OR PACKED

§4.50
Certificates of label approval.
§4.51
Exhibiting certificates to Government officials.
§4.52
Photoprints.
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Subpart G—ADVERTISING OF WINE

§4.60
Application.
§4.61
Definitions.
§4.62
Mandatory statements.
§4.63
Legibility of mandatory information.
§4.64
Prohibited practices.
§4.65
Comparative advertising.
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Subpart H—STANDARDS OF FILL FOR WINE

§4.70
Application.
§4.71
Standard wine containers.
§4.72
Metric standards of fill.
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Subpart I—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§4.80
Exports.
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Subpart J—AMERICAN GRAPE VARIETY NAMES

§4.91
List of approved names.
§4.92
Alternative names permitted for temporary use.
§4.93
Approval of grape variety names.
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Subpart K—USE OF THE TERM “ORGANIC”

§4.101
Use of the term “organic.”


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