Is Your winery ready for
December 8th?

Make sure your winery complies with the upcoming EU regulations.

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WHAT WE DO

QR CODING



QR Coding built especially for the South African wine industry, to facilitate the new EU wine law requirements taking effect December 2023. We link our customers labels to their wines unique landing page by means of dynamic QR codes.



LANDING PAGES



Each winery receives their own personalised landing page, built by our in-house team. A dedicated dynamic QR code links your back bottled wine to the landing page. Please click the "Sample Page" icon at the top of this page.



Sample Page
QR Printing



We supply printed dynamic QR codes for application to your bottles, if required.



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WHAT WINERIES NEED TO DO?


After December 8, 2023, wine produced, labelled and sold into the EU must disclose ingredients, allergens, energy, and nutrition information according to Regulation (EU) 2021/2117.

A QR code may be used to digitally view these new EU requirements. Allergens and intolerances must appear on or be physically attached to the product.

All wine that does not comply with these new EU regulations, must be removed from the market and may have penalties applied as well, according to the law. See

E.U. 1306/2013 Chapter IV, Article 89.

Ingredients must be listed in descending order of weight as they were used during the manufacturing of the wine. Ingredients that make up less than 2% of the finished product may be listed in any order, after the other ingredients. Refer to ANNEX VII of EU 169/2011

The law requires nutritional and energy information based on a 100ml serving.

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The QR Code

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DIGITAL TEAM

What extra can we include in your digital label:


  1. Alcohol - Origin - Vintage

  2. Bottle Picture
  3. Winery logo
  4. Certifications

  5. A link to your winery website (not your online store)

  6. Grape varietals

  7. Responsible consumption

The QR Code

Disclaimer

The above information is our best interpretation of the new EU laws and label requirements around the nutritional and ingredient declaration for wine. Please consult legal advice from a professional for the most up-to-date information. All information is subject to change.