Wine Producers Struggle With Proposal to Require Allergen Warnings

Daniel Sogg
Issue: March 31, 2007

Federal authorities are considering a wine-labeling law that would require vintners to list common allergens such as egg whites and milk proteins, which are sometimes used to fine and clarify wine. Many in the wine industry, however, are fighting the change, arguing that such warnings on wine labels may not be appropriate or even necessary.

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