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control slip lable (GB)
fascetta (I)

banderole Designation French for "small banner") for an official closing sign in the form of a seal or a seal. The bottles of alcoholic beverages are also provided with a banderole. They are used in the form of a paper strip attached to the bottleneck and passed over the closure. In Austria, they were made in 1985 as a result of the wine scandal (Adulteration with diethylene glycol) introduced.

The paper strip was destroyed when a bottle was opened to prevent abuse such as refilling with a lesser wine. They served the quantity control, since they were with the nominal volume, the operating number of the bottler and a consecutive number and were for quality wines and Prädikatsweine compulsory.

Since 2008, it has been replaced by the round labels shown in the picture.- These contain only the operating number of the bottler, the state coat of arms (Bundesadler) and a code letter of the issuing printer. See also below label. Wine labeling regulations and wine law,

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