Wine reform proposals not too Chablis

Wine reform proposals not too Chablis


The conservative lobby of the European Parliament last week welcomed the recent move by the EU executive for reforming the EU’s wine regime. The European Commission’s proposals “are a positive step towards enabling the sector to recover the huge ground it has lost in the global marketplace,” MEP Neil Parish, Conservative agriculture spokesman said.
The proposals - which were unveiled to the parliament’s agriculture committee - would simplify existing rules, bring in clearer labelling and encou...


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