The inexorable advance of IGP
31 Jul 2012 by Julia Harding MW
When Jancis suggested I write a short piece about the onward march of IGP in France, after I had spent the best part of a day crawling over the INAO (Institut National de l'Origine et de la Qualité*) website, I thought it sounded a bit dull. Jancis agreed but countered that at least it might be useful. So apologies if you find this less than exciting and hoping you find it … useful. I have written before about changes to EU labelling regulations and the patchy implementation of these changes in various wine regions in Europe (see links in those articles if you want the original source documents). The big shake-up...

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