In the Spotlight - EU wine reform

By Chris Mercer | 10 July 2009

New figures obtained from the European Commission suggest that the grand plan to reform Europe's wine sector is stuck in second gear, almost a year after being introduced.

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New figures obtained from the European Commission suggest that the grand plan to reform Europe's wine sector is stuck in second gear, almost a year after being introduced.

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