May 2009 issue
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NOTEBOOK, CALENDAR, HOT PICKSNotebook WINE-TRADE AGREEMENT EXPIRES Since a three-year wine-trade agreement between the United States and the European Union expired in March, U.S. wine exports no longer have EU permission to be labeled with certain words. Signed on March 10, 2006, the agreement stated that the EU would “permit the use of the terms chateau, classic, clos, cream, crusted/crusting, fine, late bottled vintage, noble, ruby, superior, sur lie, tawny, vintage, vintage character.” According to the Wines ...
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