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Champagne sales are back on track

Whilst the pandemic hit hard the wine industry, affecting both the local sales and exportations, the situation seems to be back on track with Champagne sales for 2021 planned to be higher than 2019.

Read th article on the drinks business.

Focus

Food Fraud Summary November 2021

The European Commission releases a monthly summary of articles on food fraud and adulteration. This issue from November 2021 deals with wines and alcoholic beverages among others products.

Find the article here.

European Law

The new CAP for the wine sector

Earlier this month, the UE published the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for the wine sector. The CAP intends to work as a guideline for the sector's actors.

Learn more on the CEEV website.

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Jus Vini 2/2021 – Report preview – International Trade Law 2020-2021: The Clouds Begin to Lift (A. Porges)

tdl < 1 minute Jus Vini n°2/2021 reveales itself in a preview of a report : International Trade Law 2020-2021: The Clouds Begin to Lift, by Amy Porges.

Focus, Environment

A guide for Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures

The Standards and Trade development facility just released a practical guide on the Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures, under the supervision of the WHO, the WTO and the FAO.

Find the guide here.

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Jus Vini 2/2021 – Case-law preview – Une appellation d’origine est protégée contre son évocation par un prestataire de services – CJUE, 9 septembre 2021 (J. Cayron)

tdl < 1 minute Jus Vini n°2/2021 reveales itself in a preview of the Case-law commentary of CJUE, 9 september 2021, C-783/19 : Une appellation d’origine est protégée contre son évocation par un prestataire de services, by Jocelyne Cayron.

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Jus Vini 2/2021 – Case-law preview – Conflit en mer Adriatique atour d’un cépage – CJUE, 9 septembre 2020 (F. Rocheteau)

tdl < 1 minute Jus Vini n°2/2021 reveales itself in a preview of the Case-law commentary of CJUE, 9 september 2020, C-626/17 : Conflit en mer Adriatique atour d’un cépage, by Frédéric Rocheteau.

Intellectual Property, Focus

The history of Intellectual Property

The EUIPO recently put online an article dealing with the history of IP starting in Ancient Greece. This is a serie of article that appears to be captivating.

Find the article on EUIPO's website.

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Jus Vini 2/2021 – leading article preview – La complexité juridique des rhums ultramarins français (J-M. Marmayou)

tdl < 1 minute Jus Vini n°2/2021 reveales itself in a preview of the Cleading article : La complexité juridique des rhums ultramarins français, by Jean-Michel Marmayou.

Exceptional regulation

Climate change is everyone’s problem

While global warming is already producing its effects on the wine sector, everyone has to adapt for a greener wine making process.

Read the article on archyde.com.

"Six Environmental Threats That Could Alter the Future of the Booze Industry"

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