An Introduction to Wine Regulation in a Globalized Market: Prospects and Limits of Wine Governance
in Julien Chaisse, Fernando Dias Simões and Danny Friedmann (eds.) Wine Law and Policy: From National Terroirs to a Global Market 1-31 (Brill, 2020)
Posted: 20 Jan 2021
Date Written: 2020
This chapter introduces the book 'Wine Law and Policy: From National Terroirs to a Global Market'. This 26-chapter volume brings together leading academics and practitioners to examine how wine law and policy have gradually moved from national terroirs to a global market. It is the first holistic study of the comprehensive field of wine law which posits that the wine laws and regulations have caused an enormous imbalance between different jurisdictions, which has either resulted in the overregulation, which stifles innovation, and under-regulation, which leaves many a wine consumer clueless about what they are drinking. This book brings together legal scholarship about trade law, intellectual property rights, and health law and policy which are all relevant for the future of the wine industry.
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