Commentary: Wine vintage laws outdated, inflexible

08/31/2005 | NYTimes.com

U.S. wine labeling laws, passed in 1983 to provide consumers with better information, are anachronistic in an age when we have a better understanding of the effects of grape varieties, growing conditions and blends and their effects on wine, Eric Asimov writes. A wine industry trade group is pushing for more enlightened standards that encourage superior blends and give winemakers greater flexibility.

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