California judge rules on label place names

05/27/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

If the label says "Napa," 75% of the grapes used to make the wine must be from Napa County, according to a state appeals court ruling in Sacramento. Judges rejected claims by the Bronco Wine Co., which sought an exemption based on a federal law on interstate wine commerce. Bronco's popular Charles Shaw brand, which sells for $1.99-a-bottle in Trader Joe's stores, accounts for $17 million in annual sales and is affected by the ruling.

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