Opening the event, the first deputy chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Science, Education and Culture Liliya Gumerova said that changes to the Civil Code will be aimed at improving the legal regulation of the appellation
of origin and adding a new object to the list of protected intellectual property objects - "geographical indication".
Consumers have a right to know that all wines meet the same standards with respect to such important label designations as appellation
of origin, vintage date and grape variety.
The family's legacy of having great parcels in the appellation
means this will assure genuine Meursault qualities.
It's apparently lovely', I said and explained my new best friends at Appellation
wine had talked me through lots and that was the one they said would fit the bill.
This geographic designation of origin is called the appellation
(ap-puh-LAY-shuhn) of the wine.
One of the largest appellations
in France, Corbieres, lies to the west of the Languedoc and the diverse terroir produces powerful reds such as M&S Domaine de Fontseque Corbieres 2006 (pounds 7.
At the end of the quality debate, to be launched by the Commission's green paper, manufacturers of products under appellation
in the vicinity of Parma hope to obtain a reinforcement of the association between the cheese or ham that they produce and their land at the heart of the Italian food valley'.
Then, within the Napa Valley appellation
, you'll find a "sub-appellation
" such as Stags leap District, which is where I make wine.
Producer EARL Salvat Pere et Fils, a Perpignan-based appellations
controlee wine committee (CIVDN) and the Paris-based national committee for wine appellation
d'origine appealed against Brussels' ruling.
covers the vast majority of the land in the county and includes most of the watershed for the Napa River as well as part of Pope Valley to the east.
ALEXANDER VALLEY: The northernmost appellation
in Sonoma County, it is also one of the warmest and thus not terribly unlike Napa in targeting Cabernet Sauvignon.