About West Coast Wine Compliance

Diane T. Bergeon, Founder

Hello and thank you for visiting.  I started this service because I love the wine industry and want to help others follow their dream of making wine! Licensing is a specialized field and so I developed West Coast Wine Compliance in 2014 combining a passion for wine with years of legal/compliance experience. Cheers!
Diane T. Bergeon (Dee), Founder/Owner

Credentials: WSET Advanced, Direct-to-Consumer Sales,
Wine Business Management, Custom Crush Winemaking
Previous Career: Corporate Paralegal

Based in Napa Valley, West Coast Wine Compliance (WCWC) is a niche service for winemakers and wine entrepreneurs. WCWC navigates in the complex world of wine licensing and compliance via
several years of legal work experience. 

WCWC is an independent business specializing in startup formation and maintenance for new wine brands, custom crush wineries and wine industry clients in production, distribution and direct shipping.  WCWC works with other wine businesses in compliance, marketing, direct-to-consumer, and winemaking. 

WCWC prepares and processes time-consuming paperwork for the initial startup or maintenance requirements. Tasks such as Incorporation, ABC and TTB registration, DBA and trade name filings, annual filings and direct-to-consumer licensing are just a few examples of services.

Please review all of our services by clicking HERE.

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One thought on “About West Coast Wine Compliance

  1. I looked at your site but am not sure you will be able to help us. Here is my situation: We are a small winery/vineyard on Mt. Veeder. We burned down in 2017 and have since rebuilt. While doing some research for estate planning I realized we have some modifications needed in our ABC license , and probably the TTB one also, due to a slight change in the ownership. Also in our new estate plan we are planning on taking the real property, land, winery and residence out of the business name and making it our personal property before adding to the living trust. All these changes will trigger license issues and possible problems with our Use Permit. We are in the process of downsizing and will be starting to sell all our red grapes this year which requires another license. Are these the kind of things you could help us with?


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