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Wine Labeling Rules

This article in the Miami Herald provides an excellent introduction to how wine terms are regulated: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/05/05/2202961/stricter-wine-labeling-rules-put.html#ixzz1LX0mmhW1

As the article points out, many people think words such as Proprietors Blend, Barrel Fermented, Bottle Aged, Old Vine, Vineyard, and Reserve mean something or other – and they’re right, they do mean something, but there are no rules on what they should mean.

New proposed regulations by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau would tighten up some of these definitions.

Interesting tidbit: the word Estate Bottled is regulated and can only be used if certain conditions are met. But the word Estate is unregulated and can mean anything the winemaker wants it to.

May 5, 2011 at 8:42 pm 1 comment

Library guides for wine research

Librarians love to compile the best resources on any topic. Check out a few of these guides to wine information.

Note: Don’t be discouraged when you discover some of these resources are restricted to specific library users. Keep looking for the guides with public websites, or ask at library near you for access to some of the restricted resources.

— S.S.

April 8, 2009 at 9:35 am


What is Wine Teasers?

Wine Teasers Wine Game

Cork Jester's Wine Teasers wine game is a trendy, educational game that combines trivia, hints, chance, and even the occasional diabolical maneuver to provide a fun and unpretentious wine learning experience. Teams of players answer questions, discuss topics, loot virtual wines from each other, and have a fun, educational experience along the way. Wine Teasers’ motto, “The FUN way to learn wine,” describes the game perfectly

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