Open Access
Issue
BIO Web of Conferences
Volume 5, 2015
38th World Congress of Vine and Wine (Part 1)
Article Number 03013
Number of page(s) 6
Section Economy and Law
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/bioconf/20150503013
Published online 01 July 2015
  • See EU Inventory of certification schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs marketed in the EU Member States - Data aggregations, available online at ec.europa.eu/agriculture/quality/certification/inventory/inventory-data-aggregations_en.pdf (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • S. Amorosino, La disciplina giuridica del vino: profili di diritto amministrativo Rivista di Diritto Alimentare 1, 61–64 (2014).
  • A. Germanò, Le indicazioni in etichetta (e la loro natura) e i segni degli alimenti, Rivista di diritto Agrario, 2, 207–280 (2012).
  • 92nd preambular paragraph, Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 establishing a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products and repealing Council Regulations (EEC) No 922/72, (EEC) No 234/79, (EC) No 1037/2001.and (EC) No 1234/2007, OJ L 347 [hereinafter Regulation No 1308/2013].
  • Forth preambular paragraph, Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2011 on the provision of food information to consumers, amending Regulations (EC) No 1924/2006 and (EC) No 1925/2006 of. the European Parliament and of the Council, and repealing Commission Directive 87/250/EEC, Council Directive 90/496/EEC, Commission Directive 1999/10/EC, Directive 2000/13/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, Commission Directives 2002/67/EC and 2008/5/EC and Commission Regulation (EC) No 608/2004, OJ L 304 [hereinafter Regulation No 1169/2011].
  • Forth preambular paragraph, Regulation No 1169/2011. See also A. Germanò, Le indicazioni in etichetta (e la loro natura) e i segni degli alimenti, Rivista di diritto Agrario, 2, 207-280 (2012).
  • 47th preambular paragraph, Regulation No 1169/2011.
  • Section 3, Regulation No 1308/2013.
  • Article 37, Regulation No 1169/2011.
  • See A. Di Lauro, Nuove regole per le informazioni sui prodotti alimentari e nuovi analfabetismi. La costruzione di una “responsabilità del consumatore”, Rivista di Diritto Alimentare, 2, 4-16 (2012). M. Ferrari, Il nesso fra origine geografica e qualità dei prodotti agroalimentari: i diversi modelli di tutela europei e nordamericani, Rivista di diritto agrario, 2, 142-198 (2014). F. Albisinni, L’officina comunitaria e la Ocm vino: marchi, denominazioni e mercato, Rivista di Diritto Agrario, 3, 422-445 (2008). L. Costantino, L’utilizzo del termine “naturale” nell’etichettatura dei prodotti alimentari, Rivista di Diritto Alimentare, 3, 10-17 (2014). L. Costato, Le etichette alimentari nel nuovo Regolamento (UE) n. 1169/2011, Rivista di Diritto Agrario, 4, 658-675 (2011). A. Iannarelli, La fornitura di informazioni sugli alimenti ai consumatori nel nuovo Reg. n. 1169/2011 tra l’onnicomprensività dell’approccio e l’articolazione delle tecniche performative, Rivista di Diritto Agrario, 1, 38-46 (2012). F. Albisinni, The new EU Regulation on the provision of food information to consumers, Rivista di Diritto Alimentare, 2, (2011). F. Albisinni, La comunicazione al consumatore di alimenti, le disposizioni nazionali e l’origine dei prodotti, Rivista di Diritto Agrario, I, 66-78 (2012). A. Germanò , E. Rook Basile, Manuale di diritto agrario comunitario (Giappichelli, Torino, 2014), p. 381.
  • A. Di Lauro, Nuove regole per le informazioni sui prodotti alimentari e nuovi analfabetismi. La costruzione di una “responsabilità del consumatore”, Rivista di Diritto Alimentare, 2, 4–16 (2012).
  • A. Di Lauro, Nuove regole per le informazioni sui prodotti alimentari e nuovi analfabetismi. La costruzione di una “responsabilità del consumatore”, Rivistadi Diritto Alimentare, 2, 4-16 (2012). L. Costantino, L’utilizzo del termine “naturale” nell’etichettatura dei prodotti alimentari, Rivista di Diritto Alimentare, 3, 10-17 (2014).
  • Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 203/2012 of 8 March 2012 amending Regulation (EC) No 889/2008 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007, as regards detailed rules on organic wine [hereinafter Regulation No 203/2012].
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  • IFOAM EU Group, EU Rules for Organic Wine Production: Background, Evaluation and Further Sector Development (IFOAM, Brussels, 2013), 26-27.
  • EU geographical indications scheme is designed to protect the reputation of regional foods and preserve local traditions, by helping producers earn a premium price for products. EU geographical indications scheme involve a wide range of foodstuffs and beverages, and particular rules apply to the wine sector. Quality wines within the EU geographical indications schemes can also add the organic logo to their label as a vehicle for valuable product information. A geographical indication communicates where the product comes from, while the organic logo gives information about the production method.
  • Article 29c(3), Regulation No 203/2012.
  • IFOAM EU Group, EU Rules for Organic Wine Production: Background, Evaluation and Further Sector Development (IFOAM, Brussels, 2013), 18-19.
  • IFOAM EU Group, EU Rules for Organic Wine Production: Background, Evaluation and Further Sector Development (IFOAM, Brussels, 2013), 18-19.
  • Annex VIII bis, Regulation No 203/2012.
  • Annex VIII bis, Regulation No 203/2012.
  • Article 23 (1) and (2), Regulation No 203/2012.
  • Article 23 (1) and (2), Regulation No 203/2012.
  • Article 23 (2), Regulation No 203/2012.
  • Commission Communication — EU best practice guidelines for voluntary certifi ation schemes for agricultural products and foodstuff OJ C 341, para. 1.
  • Commission Communication — EU best practice guidelines for voluntary certifi ation schemes for agricultural products and foodstuff OJ C 341, para. 1.
  • Commission Communication — EU best practice guidelines for voluntary certifi ation schemes for agricultural products and foodstuff OJ C 341, para. 1.
  • Commission Communication — EU best practice guidelines for voluntary certifi ation schemes for agricultural products and foodstuff OJ C 341, para. 1.
  • See Vino Libero website, available at www.vinolibero. it (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • The Procedural Guidelines is available online at http://www.vinolibero.it/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Disciplinare-Tecnico-VINO-LIBERO-2014-ed-1rev-1.pdf (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • See preamble of the Procedural Guidelines, supra note 30.
  • See preamble of the Procedural Guidelines, supra note 30.
  • See points of the Procedural Guidelines.
  • See point 10 on nutrition management under the Procedural Guidelines.
  • See point 6 on soil management under the Procedural Guidelines.
  • See point 16 on winemaking process under the Procedural Guidelines.
  • See www.vinolibero.it/obiettivi (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • See www.vinolibero.it/associazione/ (accessed on 2.April 2015).
  • Pursuant to Art. 2612 of the Civil Code, the Consortium was founded by AIAB (Italian Association for Organic Farming), Banca Popolare Etica (Ethical Bank), Demeter (Association for the protection of biodynamic quality in Italy), ANAB (National Association for Bio-ecological Architecture) and ACU (Consumers’ Association). See ICEA website, available in English at www.icea.info/en (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • The Production Specifi is available online at http://www.icea.info/media/com_icea/documentation/documents/508.pdf (accessed on 2 April 2015). Regarding European ORWINE project, see www.orwine.org.
  • See article 1 of the Production Specification, which provide the scope of the certification scheme.
  • See article 2 of the Production Specification, which describe the added value of the certification scheme.
  • See article 2 of the Production Specification, which describe the added value of the certification scheme.
  • See article 5(1) of the Production Specification.
  • See article 5(9) of the Production Specification.
  • See article 6 of the Production Specification.
  • See article 7 of the Production Specification.
  • See article 8 of the Production Specification.
  • See Demeter International website, in particular at www.demeter.net/what-is-demeter/particularities-of-demeter (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • See Demeter International website, in particular at www.demeter.net/what-is-demeter/history (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • See Demeter International website, in particular at www.demeter.net/demeter-international/worldwide-network (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • See Demeter Associazione Italia website, available at www.demeter.it (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • The Demeter Standards of Production for wine is available online at http://www.demeter.it/images/allegati/Standardvinificazione/standards_per_la_vinificazione%20demeter%20in%20italia%202013.pdf (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • See Demeter International website, in particular at www.demeter.it/mission (accessed on 2 April 2015).
  • See article 3(2) of the Commission Communication on EU best practice guidelines for voluntary certification schemes for agricultural products and food-stuffs, OJ C 341.
  • See article 5(2) of the Commission Communication on EU best practice guidelines for voluntary certification schemes for agricultural products and food-stuffs, OJ C 341.
  • L. Costantino, L’utilizzo del termine “naturale” nell’etichettatura dei prodotti alimentari, Rivista di Diritto Alimentare, 3, 10-17 (2014). A. Di Lauro, Nuove regole per le informazioni sui prodotti ali-mentari e nuovi analfabetismi. La costruzione di una “responsabilità del consumatore”, Rivista di Diritto Alimentare, 2, 4-16 (2012).
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  • Case C-210/96 Gut Springenheide and Tusky [1998].ECR I-4657, para 31.
  • See e.g. Joined Cases T-183/02 and T184/02 El Corte Inglés v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (Trade Marks and Designs) (“Mundicolor”) [2004] ECR II-00965, para 68. See also case T-20/02 Interquell GmbH v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (Trade Marks and Designs) (“Happydog”) [2004] ECR II-1001, para 37.
  • Case C-446/07 Alberto Severi v Regione Emilia-Romagna, judgement of the Court of Justice of 10 September 2009, para 62.

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