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Maintaining the specificity of the wine sector, preparing the CAP post-2020, protecting GIs at the international level… In 2017, the European federation of origin wines (EFOW) will be on the forefront to defend wine appellations. With a particularity for this
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The European Commission has begun work to align EU wine regulations with the Lisbon Treaty. Professionals are complaining about the method and fear specific rules that apply to the sector will be called into question. What is the European Parliament’s position
English translation by EFOW’s Secretariat of the original version of Mr Bernard Farges interview published in Italian on Gambero Rosso on 18 February 2016.
The European Federation of Origin Wines, denounces the so-called simplification of the wine legislation by the Commission. EFOW members believe that through delegated and implementing acts the Commission is seeking to undermine the delicate balances of the last wine reform
Bernard Farges is since Thursday 14 January the new President of EFOW (www.efow.eu), the European Federation of Origin Wines. He succeeds Riccardo Ricci Curbastro, after two successful mandates. Let’s recall that EFOW has been at the forefront of two major