Guides, forms, and templates for exporting wine
Forms and templates you may need when exporting NZ grape wine.
Forms and templates
- Wine E-Cert: Accessing Wine E-Cert [PDF, 934 KB]
Use this form if your company has already been set up in Wine E-Cert and you want to ask for amendments relating to the users for your company.
Use this form to notify MPI of minor amendments to your wine standards management plan.
Use this form to notify MPI that you produce less than 20 000L of wine over a two year period and do not export any wine.
This form must be used when applying to register a wine standards management plan.
Use this form when the only change to the wine standards management plan is a change of operator.
In special circumstances of death, bankruptcy, receivership or liquidation of an operator of a wine standards management plan, a new plan must be registered.
To register a significant amendment to registered wine standards management plan.
Use this form to apply for recognition under the Wine Act 2003 to carry out wine verification activities and functions.
Use this form to apply for agency under section 70 of the Wine Act 2003 to carry out verification functions and activities or other specialist functions and activities.
Complete this form if you have a registered wine standards management plan and wish to change your recognised agency.
These questions must be answered as part of an application to become a recognised person under the Wine Act 2003.
Complete this outline when registering a wine standards management plan for grape wine.
Use this form to apply for recognition as a laboratory for wine testing activities under section 74 of the Wine Act 2003.
If you're a recognised agency, you must send a summary of wine verification activities to MPI every quarter. You can use your own form or the template.
A fact sheet to assist New Zealand food producers and growers exporting product to Australia to meet the new Australian country of origin food labelling rules. The new rules become mandatory on 1 July 2018.
This document provides guidance on the application of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) principles to the production of grape wine
A guide to meeting grape wine labelling requirements for wine sold in New Zealand