This term, which appears on the front label of many wines, indicates that the winery was responsible for both growing the grapes (as opposed to buying them from an outside source) and making and bottling the wine. Estate bottling usually implies a high level of consistency and quality, but even a jug wine can make this claim if it fits the description. For a wine to be classified as estate-bottled, both the winery and the vineyards must be located in the same viticultural area. The winery might not own the vineyard, but it probably has a long-term lease to oversee the vineyard operations. European versions of the term include "château-bottled" and "domaine bottled."