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Washington State Approval No Longer Required for Wine Labels

September 17th, 2009
By Jean M. Leonard, Esq. - Executive Director, Washington Wine Institute

In an action supported by Washington Wine Institute, the Washington State Liquor Control Board adopted a new policy on wine label approval. Effective August 19, 2009, the WSLCB will accept the federal Certificate of Label Approval (COLA) as label approval for beer and wine to be sold in the state of Washington. Producers will no longer be required to apply for state label approval, but as WSLCB confirmed today, wineries will still need to file their COLA’s with the Board. Alcohol and keg products that do not require Federal label approval are also approved to sell immediately.

- Jean M. Leonard, Esq. – Executive Director, Washington Wine Institute

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