The quickest and simplest route to obtaining the EU E-Label for wine.

Generate your e-label to comply with the EU Wine Labelling Regulation (2021/2117) in just a few minutes, no prior expertise required.

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The e-label regulation has been in force since 8 December.

The e-label regulation came into effect on December 8th. Due to EU Regulation 2021/2117, wines and aromatised wine products made after December 8, 2023, are required to feature a nutrition declaration and an ingredients list, either in printed form or as an 'e-label' accessible via a QR code on the product label.

Don't delay—agencies and printers will soon be overwhelmed. With our service, you can create your e-label immediately and proceed with printing your physical labels.

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It's as straightforward as this

Everyone in the company can use our tool within 5 minutes without any prior knowledge.

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01.

Upload nutritional information and ingredients

Upload your lab results and choose your ingredients used. We'll take care of the rest

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Create and download the E-Label

Download the 'dynamic' QR code. You can customize the stored data later, while the printed code remains unchanged.

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Apply the QR code and lean back

Incorporate the e-label/QR code into your wine labels, brochures, and sales displays to ensure compliance and safety.

Our low-cost digital wine label service packages

Pay for new E-Labels ONLY. E-labels from the past years do NOT cause any costs for you.


Every E-Label is online for at least 10 years. Just contact us if you want to extend the e-label lifetime.

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Example based on the Silver Package

You will receive 30 new E-labels per year. This allows you to create 30 new E-labels every year.

Old e-labels from previous years continue to run at no additional cost. You only pay for new e-labels.

The offer is aimed exclusively at business customers. The prices stated are net prices.

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Frequently asked questions about the new EU directive for wine labels

In our FAQs, you will find answers to the EU wine labeling regulation (2021/2117). We explain how to best place the QR code on the wine label and how to correctly indicate ingredients and nutritional values.

All wines produced and put into circulation after Dec. 8, 2023 must bear the label.

The following information is mandatory: Nutritional information for 100 ml. Energy content in kj and kcal (this must also be stated on the bottle label). Information on carbohydrates and sugar in grams. Information on fat, unsaturated fatty acids, salt and protein, which can be presented either in tabular form or as text such as 'Contains negligible amounts of fat, saturated fatty acids, protein and salt'. The list of ingredients, consisting of grapes, sulphites and other additives and allergens. Recycling details must also be provided for export to Italy. Additional details such as alcohol content, grape varieties, quality, logos and bottle images are optional.

The legislation applies to wine, sparkling wine, semi-sparkling wine etc. and flavored wine products such as mulled wine and liqueur wines such as port. For mixed wine drinks such as wine spritzers, the general food law applies. These are therefore not affected. Caution: in the case of Austrian "Spritzer", we have heard differing statements from winegrowers. They said that the control authorities had instructed them to state the nutritional information and ingredients here too, as the wine content is 50%. Unfortunately, the information currently differs from country to country.

Here, the winemaker has a choice: either the information on nutritional values and ingredients is printed on the label, or the information is written behind a QR code as a so-called "off-label solution". This means that only the QR code with the heading "Ingredients" and the calorific value have to be printed on the label, which saves a lot of space. The winemaker can choose between the two options.

On the label, in the web store, as well as on catalogs and price lists with ordering options. You must make the information available to consumers wherever consumers can purchase your products. This means on the bottle (for purchase on the store floor), in the web store and on price lists with the option to order.

No. Regulation 2021/2117 states: 'After the date of application of the new labeling rules, existing wine stocks should be allowed to be marketed until exhaustion. Operators should be given sufficient time to adapt to the new labeling rules before they are applied'.

Yes, Regulation 2021/2117 currently only applies to the entire European Union.

The label must be available online for between 3 and 10 years, depending on the quality level. Our service includes a standard period of 10 years, which can be extended on request.

For non-bottled wine produced after 8.12., the same information must be provided as for bottled wine.