Branka Marušić, ‘The concept of terroir tested: sharing of the same terroir between two EU Member States’

“Wine is a product intended for enjoyment and it is used in times of leisure. One can have a glass of wine after a hard day at work, over nice meal or causally in front of the television. However, in the eyes of the wine producer, wine is seen as a product made through hard work and long-term investment and, as such, serves as a source of both pride and joy. Growing vines, depending on the varieties, requires the right type of soil, and sufficient amount of sun and rainfall. Therefore, not every grape variety can necessarily be grown in the same place …” (more)

Branka Marušić, ‘The concept of terroir tested: sharing of the same terroir between two EU Member States’, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, https://doi.org/10.1093/jiplp/jpab019. Published: 5 February 2021.

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