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FAO / EBRD COOPERATION PROGRAMME ______ PROTECTION OF GEORGIAN WINE APPELLATIONS. Tbilisi – November 27, 2007. ACTIVITY 7 Proposed improvement on the oenological substances and practices to be applied in the wine production in Georgia. Tbilisi – November 27, 2007.

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FAO / EBRD COOPERATION PROGRAMME

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PROTECTION OF GEORGIAN WINE APPELLATIONS

Tbilisi – November 27, 2007

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ACTIVITY 7

Proposed improvement on the oenological substances and practices to be applied in the wine production in Georgia

Tbilisi – November 27, 2007

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Improvement in Oenological practices

Reasons of the action

Law on Wine and Vine of Georgia was drafted in 2000 (under FAO assistance) and, adopted on February 4th, 2003

In order to facilitate and speed up its adoption, the Law on Wine and Vine was mostly based on the Russian GOST wine standards.

For export outside of Russia, wine production and quality standards mentioned in the law on wine and vine need to be up-dated.

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Improvement in Oenological practices

Objectives

To propose up-dated technical standards and prodecures in line with international practices

Help the Ministry of Agriculture in up-dating the current wine production and technical standards mentioned in the laws regulating the wine sector.

Comply with the EU and most developed countries wine standards.

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Improvement in Oenological practices

Outputs

Under activity 7, document N°3 was produced

it proposes amendments and clarifications related to Chapter VI –Article 15 of the Law on Wine and Vine as well as related normative acts.

  • It provides with:
  • authorized oenological substances and practices,
  • restrictions for the use of certain oenological substances,
  • limits and conditions for certain oenological practices,
  • additional criteria and limits applicable to wine.

It also provide draft provisions for the production of rectified concentrated grape must

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Improvement in Oenological practices

Follow up

Some recommendations have already been integrated in current law. It will be up to SAMTREST/ MAF to use partially or totally the remaining proposed improvements.

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ACTIVITY 8

he advantage for Georgia to adopt a similar regulation as EC Regulation 884/2001 on document accompanying the carriage of wine

Tbilisi – November 27, 2007

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Regulation on carriage of wine

Reasons of the action

Falsification and misleading information often occurred during carriage of grape and wine

Protection of Appellation of origin can only be enforced if proper records are to be kept

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Regulation on carriage of wine

Objectives

Improved documents required for the purchase, the transformation and the transport of wine in bulk or in bottle within Georgia.

Increase traceability of wine carriage

Use EC Regulation 884/2001 on “Rules of application concerning the documents accompanying the carriage of wine production and the records to be kept in the wine sector” as a base document.

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INWARDS MOVEMENTS

OUTWARDS MOVEMENTS

I)

grapes

(per category/geographical origin and variety)

grapes produced

grapes sold

(harvest declaration)

(certificates of origin issued

)

grapes purchased

grapes processed

(accompanying documents

received

) (1)

including losses (

)

specific record

II mus

t and wine (per

product/

category/geographical

indication/

colour)

must and wine produced

must and wine dispatched

(

specific record : processing)

(accompanying documents)

must and wine purchased

must and wine

processed

or transformed

(accompanying documents)

(

specific register)

losses

self consumption

Stock at end of year

Stock at

beginning

of year

(

balance,

declaration)

Compare with physical checks and determine losses

II

Output of

secondary processing

(per

product/

category/geog

raphical

indication/

colour)

Out put in secondary processed or transformed products

Secondary processed products dispatched

(accompanying

(Sparkling

wine, liqueur wine or other)

documents)

Sparkling wine, liqueur wine

.. etc purchased

Losses

(accompanying

in sparkling wine, liqueur wine

docum

ents)

Stock

of s

parkling wine

at

beginning

of year

Stock at end of year

,( liqueur wine etc)

(

balance,

declaration)

Compare with physical checks and determine losses

Regulation on carriage of wine

Outputs

Under activity 8, document N°4 was produced