Producers of rosé wine in France, Spain and Italy won their battle to maintain traditional production methods and avoid having pink wines created through the addition of a little red wine into a white legally defined and labeled as “rosé.” The win came after a concerted effort by the Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins de Provence, or Provence Wine Council, as reported in May. According to new reports appearing on the UPI news service and elsewhere, the European Commission retreated ...
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