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Overview of TTB's regulatory authority to approve materials and processes for clarifying, stabilizing, preserving, fermenting, and correcting wine and juice.
List of wine producers and blenders who hold permits under the Federal Alcohol Administration (FAA) Act.
Saké is regulated as wine for labeling and advertising purposes under the FAA Act, but as beer for matters relating the production and tax per the Internal Revenue Code. This web page provides access to saké industry information.
TTB is required to make available to the public records that are requested and released on a frequent basis. This web page provides links to listings of alcohol industry members who hold permits under the Federal Alcohol Administration Act.
Changes with respect to the information shown on the previously submitted registration, permit application, or applicable bond, must be filed with the Alcohol and Tobacco.
When a bonded winery proprietor wishes to reduce the ethyl alcohol content of wine, certain processes are authorized by wine regulation 27 CFR 24.248, Processes Authorized for the Treatment of Wine, Juice, and Distilling Materials. The approved processes include Reverse Osmosis and the Spinning Cone Column.
Report of Wine Premises Operations Form 5120.17 must be completed and submitted to TTB on a regular basis either monthly, quarterly, or annually depending upon the size of your operations.
Resources relating to certain companies warning them that the caffeine added to their alcohol malt beverages is an "unsafe food additive" and that further action, including seizure of their products, is possible under federal law.
Learn about the process that authorizes a bonded winery proprietor to reduce the ethyl alcohol content of wine.