Canada Eu Wine And Spirits Agreement

Signing of the EU-Australia Wine Agreement (press release, 1.12.2008) The parties also discussed the amendment of the annexes on geographical diseases and oenological practices of the Agreement between the European Community and Canada on trade in wines and spirits, which has been included in CETA. Canada stated that updating the annexes was an extremely complex and time-consuming exercise and was looking for ways to tighten up the amendment process. The EU said the EU`s procedure for approving the amendment of these annexes was simple and straight forth and encouraged Canada to start the amendment process as soon as possible, as this issue is of great importance to the EU. The parties agreed to continue the discussion on the issue in the weeks following the meeting. The increase in icewine market share in Europe is mainly due to the Dutch market. In the first four months of 2018 (February-April), revenue in France has already doubled compared to 2016. The EU confirmed that Delegated Regulation 2019/934 would remove the distinction between red and white "iced wine" as regards the maximum sulphur dioxide levels allowed with effect from 7 December 2019. This Convention shall apply to wines falling within heading No 22.04 and to spirit drinks falling within heading No 22.08 of the 14th International Convention on the Harmonised System of Products, Names and Coding (`Harmonised System`), concluded at Brussels on 6 June 1983, in accordance with the laws, regulations and administrative provisions governing the production of wines and spirits in the territory of a Contracting Party. .