Labeling is the final operation, it must be carried out shortly before the product is put on the market, since otherwise it would end up spoiling. Two types of labels are placed on the bottle: front label and against ?? label.
The first to be placed is the front label, and the back label must be assigned by the Regulatory Council, which uses it as a control system.
On the label of all Wine Design protected by the Ribera del Arlanza Designation of Origin, the logo of the Regulatory Council of said Designation appears. This practice is mandatory in all types of wines.
When the wines are destined for export, in addition to the label and back label, they usually include other information, regarding the composition of the product, or warnings. In many cases, these data are required by the legislation of the country where the product is exported.