Category: Wine Law

C&N at PRWCA event

Had a great time with our friends out at the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance luncheon. The Alliance has made vast strides in promoting Paso Robles wine country; last year they focused efforts in Texas and next year they are

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COLAs and the Tax Trade Bureau

While most folks think of brown fizzy drinks when they hear the word “cola”, those in the wine industry think immediately of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Trade Bureau (“TTB”). A Certificate of Label Approval, or “COLA” as it is

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THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM: COMPLIANCE

For many wineries, compliance is something of an elephant in the room –its presence is known to all. Certainly, maintaining full compliance can be daunting, complicated and time-consuming. Not being in compliance, however, can have far more dire consequences. Penalties

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Planning Beyond Your Years

California is home to over 2,000 wineries, the majority of which are family owned and operated. Frequently, the name you see on the bottle is the name of the family that produced the wine inside. Wineries and winemaking tend to

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C&N at PRWCA event

Had a great time with our friends out at the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance luncheon. The Alliance has made vast strides in promoting Paso Robles wine country; last year they focused efforts in Texas and next year they are

Read More »

COLAs and the Tax Trade Bureau

While most folks think of brown fizzy drinks when they hear the word “cola”, those in the wine industry think immediately of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Trade Bureau (“TTB”). A Certificate of Label Approval, or “COLA” as it is

Read More »

THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM: COMPLIANCE

For many wineries, compliance is something of an elephant in the room –its presence is known to all. Certainly, maintaining full compliance can be daunting, complicated and time-consuming. Not being in compliance, however, can have far more dire consequences. Penalties

Read More »

Planning Beyond Your Years

California is home to over 2,000 wineries, the majority of which are family owned and operated. Frequently, the name you see on the bottle is the name of the family that produced the wine inside. Wineries and winemaking tend to

Read More »

(805) 546-8785 (Phone)

(805) 546-8015 (Fax)

1410 Marsh Street, San Luis Obispo, CA, 93401

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(805) 226-4148 (Phone)

(805) 546-8015 (Fax)

1908 Spring Street, Paso Robles, CA, 93446

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