This document has been produced to address critical issues with the UK Government’s intention to introduce import documentation (VI-1 forms) for wine imported into the UK from the EU from 1 January 2021.
The WSTA hosted a workshop with Defra colleagues for members on post-Brexit labelling. The webinar secured very high interest and as a result, many questions were submitted by members both pre- and during the event. This is the resulting list of questions and answers (where possible).
WSTA TRADE 21 – Q+A summary from Defra/WSTA Labelling Workshop
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Clearly defined EU product standards and labelling rules protect consumers and producers alike. For example, EU rules on the definitions of gin, distilled gin and London gin protect both consumers and producers from inferior products. Similar protections are also provided by strict EU rules on how wine can be made, labelled and marketed.
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