How to Export to South Korea Wine?Labeling in South Korea. If you want to Export Wine to South Korea you must consider this:
Law requires a separate Korean language label on imported wine. In most cases, the Korean language label is attached to the back of the bottle manually by the importer in the duty-free warehouse before customs clearance.
This Label should contain the following information:
1. Product Name (e.g., Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon)
2. Country of origin (e.g., Spain)
3. Product Type (e.g., Grape Wine)
4. Importer‟s name, address, and phone number
5. Importer‟s business license number
6. Date of bottling (e.g., Year-Month-Day or Julian Code or Lot Number)
7. Alcohol percentage and product volume (e.g., 12.5%, 750 ml)
8. Major ingredients (e.g., Grape)
9. Name of place where the product can be returned or exchanged in case the product has any defect.
10. Storage Instructions
11. Food additives used (e.g., Sulfur Dioxide)
12. Mandatory health warning clause
13. Mandatory warning clause against liquor sales to minors.

14. Name of designated distribution channel (only required on bottles sold in retail stores. Bottles sold in retail stores should be marked „For Home Consumption‟, whereas bottles served in restaurants and bars are not required)

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