When a winery wants to tell consumers the geographic source of its wine, it includes on the label the wine’s “appellation of origin.” An appellation of origin tells the consumer where the wine grapes were grown. Appellations are either the name of a county or state, or a federally-recognized growing region called American Viticultural Areas… Continue Reading
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