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Liquor and Accommodation Act 1990 (No. 44 of 1990)
Requested:  4 Jul 2015
Consolidated as at:  Sessional

160. Definition of appellation wine

A wine is an appellation wine if –

(a) all the juice used to make it was produced from grapes grown in Tasmania; and

(b) the wine was produced by the holder of a wine producers licence; and

(c) the Commissioner –

(i) has examined a sample of the wine and has certified that it complies with the wine standards applicable to that class of wine; or

(ii) has exempted the wine from examination and certification; and

(d) the wine is in a container that has fixed to it a label that has been approved for the wine by the Commissioner.