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Mary Gorman-McAdams is a WSET Wine Educator at the International Wine Center, New York City, wine columnist for the popular blog and website www.thekitchn.com , freelance wine writer and wine...

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Yesterday legislation came into force that regulates aspects of trade in wine between the European Union and Australia. Most significantly, it finally forbids the use of several European...

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20 Feb 2011 - French customs and excise have abandoned the regulation that bottles destined for export must have a different capsule from those used on the domestic market, provided certain...

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The EU wine reform, officially summarised here , was, inevitably, a compromise. The original proposals (downloadable here ) put forward by EU Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel were intended to...

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Today, after several months of passionate debate within and among the member states, agreement has been reached on wine reforms within the EU. The original proposals for changes to what is known...

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Recent news items have suggested that the EU wine reform is on the verge of collapse in the wake of very strong objections from the majority of member states – especially with regard to a...

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Today’s the day that the EU Agriculture Committee debate the proposals put forward by Mariann Fischer-Boel at the beginning of this month as reported here . (It is notable, by the way,...

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You may remember that the full announcement of the proposals for dramatic reforms of European wine production was promised by the EU Agriculture Commissioner Mariann Fischer-Boel tomorrow....

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Mariann Fischer Boel, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development made the following statement today, signalling her determination to sort out Europe’s wine surplus –...

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Thought you would like to know that that EU-US wine accord was signed in London this morning.   Austria, which currently holds the rotat ing presidency of the EU, hosted the...

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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...

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At long last the citizens of the world may sleep easy in their beds, for yesterday the new EU rules for organic wine were announced. The Standing Committee on Organic Farming will be publishing...

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The recently founded Italian equivalent of the French Vignerons Indépendants association, the Federazione Vignaioli Indipendenti, has sent a round robin to its members with an overview of...

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A word of warning, this article contains no reference to fresh acidity, fine-grained tannins or irresistible aromas but it's quite long - and arguably the most interesting and useful comments are...

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In Europe, the enforced shrinkage of EU vineyards summarised in Dec 2007 in  EU reform - as good as it gets is already having an obvious effect, while the signs are that in the much freer...

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