GI process 'a complex issue.'

Tolley, Sam
November 2006
Australian & New Zealand Wine Industry Journal;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p86
Trade Publication
The author comments on issues related to Australian geographical indications (GI). This system of defining and registering GI is beneficial to Australian winemakers because it protects them from others who use their geographical names. Buyers of Australian wine are also protected from winemakers who might try to claim a wine comes from a particular wine GI when it is not.


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