Yalumba and Pernod Ricard in court fight over use of the word ‘signature’ on wine labels

Yalumba and Pernod Ricard in court fight over use of the word ‘signature’ on wine labels

ONE of South Australia’s wine luminaries is involved in a legal battle with a global winemaker over the use of the word “signature” on its labels. Adelaide based wine merchant Samuel Smith and Son — owned by the Hill-Smith family — has taken its dispute with Pernod Ricard to the Federal Court. The Hill-Smith family runs one of Australia’s oldest family owned wineries, Yalumba, at Angaston, which carries The Signature range.

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