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control slip lable (GB)
fascetta (I)

banderole French term for "small banner") for an official closure symbol in the form of a seal or a seal. The bottles of alcoholic beverages are also provided with a band. They are used in the form of a paper strip attached to the bottle neck and passed over the closure wine scandal (Adulteration with diethylene glycol) introduced.

The paper strip was destroyed when a bottle was opened to prevent misuse, such as refilling with a lesser amount of wine. They were used for quantity control, since they were used with the nominal volume, the company 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Since 2008 it has been replaced by the round labels shown in the picture, which only contain the bottler's company number, the national coat of arms (federal eagle) and a code letter from the printing company that issued the label. See also under label. Wine labeling regulations and wine law,

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