Europe’s winemakers re-think vineyard reform (EU)

Europe’s winemakers re-think vineyard reform (EU)

Faced by increasingly ferocious competition from New World wines, Europe’s top producer nations kicked off talks on Thursday to decide whether or not to liberalise the planting of vineyards. In discussions scheduled to last until the end of the year, a high-level group will decide whether or not to go ahead with plans to abolish by 2018 wine planting rights, determining which grapes are planted where, reports Reuters.

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