A “Bonded” winery means the winery has loans against the land on which it is situated.

Answer: False.

False. A bond is a federal permit to commercially produce and store wine. A bonded winery is a commercial enterprise that produces and stores wine under a bond that guarantees payment to the federal excise tax.

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