FRANCE: Wine grape growers pledge to continue fight against US 'château' plan

By Andy Morton | 27 September 2012

French wine grape growers have applauded a European Commission decision to postpone a ruling that will allow US wineries to use the label "château" or "clos" in the EU.

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French wine grape growers have applauded a European Commission decision to postpone a ruling that will allow US wineries to use the label "château" or "clos" in the EU.

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