Wine labels in the United States, like other New World wine-producing countries, are straightforward and easy to understand. US wine labels can be very basic, although the widespread use of back-of-bottle labels to further describe the wine means that they offer consumers a far broader understanding of the wine than European labels.
The American labeling laws are enforced by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB). It ensures that all wines produced in the country are within the framework of the US wine laws.
The minimum information required on American wine labels is as follows:
The illustration below shows a typical US wine label.