Are you prepared?

Customer Conflict Resolution™

Running a winery is hard work. TSL strives to offload that stress by mitigating conflict with customers. TSL’s Customer Conflict Resolution™ was designed to end ingredient misinformation and make decisions easier for customers. This makes jobs easier for winery staff through clearer transparency.





Process Assessment

TSL reviews winery’s process to ensure compatibility with cleaner living standards. We look at mycotoxins and additives.

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TSL recommends any necessary adjustments for a winery to be compatible with cleaner living.


Clear Labelling

TSL provides cleaner living labelling to make wines appeal to the growing cleaner living audience.

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TSL Values

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free from

Pesticides and Mold

TSL‘s values mean free-from mycotoxins and pesticides.


no added


TSL values wines that stay closer to cleaner living.


In Ingredients

Simple ingredients and easy to read for consumers.

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TSL highlights the value of wineries

Lack of awareness of ingredient standards or even knowing how this translates to cleaner living can make a cleaner winery’s efforts fruitless. TSL’s iconic, internationally known cleaner living label makes it clear to customers what is in a wine and how valuable it really is.


TSL’s research team consistently announces latest aggregate research on mycotoxins. Absence of mycotoxins is something TSL can explicitly translate as clean living to customers through TSL’s logo.

No cutting corners

TSL’s logo is the epitome of features for a wine to carry. TSL strongly reveals to customers the effort of your brand, from no synthetic pesticides to refusal of preservatives or fillers. TSL translates this plainly to customers as a cleaner way of life.

The value in what TSL offers

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Appeal to growing cleaner living audience

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Conflict resolution through transparency

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Competitive advantage with elite label

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Showcasing often hidden attentions to detail

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Science Direct

Wine is a documented source of ochratoxin A, which is one of the ubiquitous, highly toxic secondary metabolites produced by filamentous fungi.

Science & Wine

The daily amount of wine recommended due to health benefits may pose a threat of exposure to mycotoxins and their adverse effects on the human body, seeing as the concentrations of ochratoxin A and deoxynivalenol were observed to be considerably higher than the exposure limits for food products.

Pesticide Alliance Network

The Pesticide Action Network (PAN) classifies about a million pounds of those chemicals dispersed on wine grapes as “bad actors,” meaning that they are known or probable causes of cancer, are neurotoxins, or groundwater contaminants.

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