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Common Agricultural Policy (Wine) (Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2004 (S.I. No. 2599 (W.232) of 2004).

Type of law

These Regulations: (a) make changes to the rules to be observed before a table wine originating in Wales may be described as a "regional wine" and changes to the geographical indications that may be used for the designation of such wines (reg. 2(b) and Schedule 3); (b) provide for the accreditation of organisers of organoleptic assessment panels to determine whether a table wine is of a satisfactory organoleptic standard for a regional wine (reg. 2(b)); (c) update references to European Community legislation by making changes to the definitions in the 2001 Regulations (reg. 2(a)), substituting a new Schedule 1 to the 2001 Regulations (reg. 6(9)(f) and Schedule 2); and (d) make a minor change to the vine varieties which may be used in the production of quality wines psr (reg. 2(b)).
Date of text
Entry into force notes
Coming into force on 18 October 2004.
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Legislation status
in force
Legislation Amendment