What's the HS Code for "Champagne"?
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Harmonized Tariff Schedule (Champagne HS Code)
How does the tariff book describe the HS Code for "Champagne"?
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Imports under this subheading may be subject to Federal Excise Tax (26 U.S.C. 5041).
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Additional Tariffs and Duties
Special Provisions, including China and Russia import laws, Countervailing, and Antidumping
Depending on the country of origin, intended use, and other factors, an imported Champagne may require one or more other HS Codes in addition to 2204.10.00 and — correspondingly — a different duty rate.
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Read about other relevant content that may affect the HS Classification for Champagne
- Section IV: HTSUS Tariff Notes
- Chapter 22: HTSUS Tariff Notes, 🔒 WCO Explanatory Notes
- 2204: 🔒 WCO Explanatory Notes
- Customs Rulings
Tariff Legal Notes
- 1. In this section the term "pellets" means products which have been agglomerated either directly by compression or by the addition of a binder in a proportion not exceeding 3 percent by weight.
- 1. In this section the term "canned" means preserved in airtight containers by heat processing to destroy or inactivate micro-organisms and enzymes that otherwise could cause spoilage.
- 2. For the purposes of this section, unless the context otherwise requires--
- (a) the term "percent by dry weight" means the sugar content as a percentage of the total solids in the product;
- (b) The term "capable of being further processed or mixed with similar or other ingredients" means that the imported product is in such condition or container as to be subject to any additional preparation, treatment or manufacture or to be blended or combined with any additional ingredient, including water or any other liquid, other than processing or mixing with other ingredients performed by the ultimate consumer prior to consumption of the product;
- (c) the term "prepared for marketing to the ultimate consumer in the identical form and package in which imported" means that the product is imported in packaging of such sizes and labeling as to be readily identifiable as being intended for retail sale to the ultimate consumer without any alteration in the form of the product or its packaging; and
- (d) the term "ultimate consumer" does not include institutions such as hospitals, prisons and military establishments or food service establishments such as restaurants, hotels, bars or bakeries.
- 1. This chapter does not cover:
- (a) Products of this chapter (other than those of heading 2209) prepared for culinary purposes and thereby rendered unsuitable for consumption as beverages (generally heading 2103)
- (b) Sea water (heading 2501);
- (c) Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2853);
- (d) Acetic acid of a concentration exceeding 10 percent by weight of acetic acid (heading 2915);
- (e) Medicaments of heading 3003 or 3004; or
- (f) Perfumery or toilet preparations (chapter 33).
- 2. For the purposes of this chapter and of chapters 20 and 2l, the "alcoholic strength by volume" shall be determined at a temperature of 20°C.
- 3. For the purposes of heading 2202 the term "non-alcoholic beverages" means beverages of an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding 0.5 percent vol. Alcoholic beverages are classified in headings 2203 to 2206 or heading 2208 as appropriate.
- 1. For the purposes of subheading 2204.10 the expression "sparkling wine" means wine which, when kept at a temperature of 20°C in closed containers, has an excess pressure of not less than 3 bars.
- 1. The duties prescribed on products covered by this chapter are in addition to the internal-revenue taxes imposed under existing law or any subsequent act. The duties imposed on products covered by this chapter which are subject also to internal-revenue taxes are imposed only on the quantities subject to such taxes; except that, in the case of distilled spirits transferred to the bonded premises of a distilled spirits plant under the provisions of section 5232 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, the duties are imposed on the quantity withdrawn from customs custody.
- 2. Subheadings 2202.99.30, 2202.99.35, 2202.99.36 and 2202.99.37 cover vitamin or mineral fortified fruit or vegetable juices that are imported only in non-concentrated form. Such juices imported in concentrated form are classifiable in subheadings 2106.90.48, 2106.90.52 or 2106.90.54, as appropriate.
- 3. Dutiable quantities of alcoholic juices (including grape must) classified in heading 2204, 2206 or 2208 shall be calculated in accordance with additional U.S. notes 1, 2 and 3 in chapter 20.
- 4. The term "effervescent wine" means wine other than sparkling wine which contains in excess of 0.392 grams of carbon dioxide per 100 milliliters of wine.
- 5. Where in heading 2204, 2206, 2207 or 2208, the rates shown in the rates of duty columns are in terms of a proof liter, proof liter shall mean a liter of liquid at 15.56°C (60°F) which contains 50 percent (100 proof) by volume of ethyl alcohol having a specific gravity of 0.7939 at 15.56°C (60°F) referred to water at 15.56°C (60°F) as unity or the alcoholic equivalent thereof.
- 6. Where in heading 2204, 2206, 2207 or 2208, the rates of duty are assessed on a proof liter basis, the rates shown indicate the amount of duty which shall be collected on each liter of an imported product at 100 proof. The amount of duty which shall be collected for each liter of a product which is imported at more than or less than 100 proof shall bear the same ratio to the applicable rate of duty as the proof of the imported product bears to 100 proof.
- 7. The standard for determining the proof of brandy and other spirits or liquors of any kind when imported is the same as that which is defined in the laws relating to internal revenue. The Secretary of the Treasury, at his discretion, may authorize the ascertainment of the proof of wines, cordials or other liquors and fruit juices by distillation or otherwise, when it is impracticable to ascertain such proof by the means prescribed by existing law or regulations.
- 8. Provisions for the free entry of certain samples of alcoholic beverages are covered by subheading 9811.00.20 of chapter 98.
- 9. For the purposes of heading 2209, the standard proof of vinegar is 4 percent by weight of acetic acid.
- 1. The unit of quantity "kg cmsc" (kilograms cows? milk solids content) includes all cows? milk components other than water.
- 2. For a list of approved standards for "Certified organic", see General Statistical Note 6.
- 3. For the purposes of statistical reporting number 2206.00.1510, "hard cider" refers to a fermented beverage containing not more than 0.64 grams of carbon dioxide per 100 milliliters, derived from apples, pears or their concentrates, with no other fruit product or flavoring, and containing greater than 0.5 percent and less than 8.5 percent alcohol by volume.
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