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The Common Agricultural Policy (Wine) (Scotland) Regulations 2002

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PART IVOENOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES, AND CONDITIONS FOR RELEASE TO THE MARKET

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Relevant Community provisions: principal provisionsRelevant Community provisions: detailed rulesSubject matter

1.  Commission Regulation 3590/85: Article 8(1)

Conditions for release for human consumption of products originating in third countries

2.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 27(1) and (2)

Prohibition of the over-pressing of grapes and the pressing of wine lees

3.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Articles 42(1), (2) and (3) and 43 and Annex IV and Annex V

Commission Regulation 1622/2000:

Article 5 and Annex IV

Article 6 and Annex V

Article 7 and Annex VI

Articles 8 and 9

Article 10 and Annex VII

Article 11 and Annex VIII

Article 12 and Annex IX

Articles 13, 14 and 15

Article 16 and Annex X

Article 17 and Annex XI

Article 18

Authorised oenological practices and processes

4.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Articles 42(3) and 67

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Article 39Addition of water or alcohol

5.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 42(5)

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Article 2Varieties of grapes to be used in winemaking

6.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Articles 42(6) and 44(14)

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Articles 34, 35 and 36Permitted methods for the production of wine by coupage

7.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 44(1)

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Article 43Wine that may be offered or delivered for direct human consumption

8.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 44(2)–(11)

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Article 3 and Annex IIRestrictions relating to certain wines and other products originating in the Community

9.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 44(12)

Restriction on turning certain products into wine or adding them to wine

10.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 44(12) and (13)

Restriction on the use of products originating in third countries

11.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 45(1)

General rules relating to offer or disposal of certain products for direct human consumption

12.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Article 46(3)

Commission Regulation 2676/90Community methods for the analysis of wines

13.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex IV

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Article 5 and Annex IV Article 43Restrictions relating to the holding of unfit wines and the use of oenological substances and requirements for the disposal of unfit wines

14.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, point A

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Article 19 and Annex XIIMaximum permissible sulphur dioxide content of wine

15.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, point B

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Article 20 and Annex XIIIMaximum permissible volatile acid content

16.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, points C and D

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Articles 22, 23, 25, 27, 28 and 29 and Annex XVIConditions for increasing alcoholic strength

17.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, point E; Annex VI, points G and H

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Articles 26, 27, 28 and 29 and Annex XVIConditions for acidification and de-acidification of wine

18.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, point F; Annex VI, points G and H

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Articles 30, 31 and 32Conditions for sweetening of wine

19.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, point G

Commission Regulation 1622/2000: Articles 25, 26, 28 and 29 and Annex XVIConditions for carrying out authorised processes (including notification and keeping of register)

20.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, points H and I; Annex VI, point K

Commission Regulation 1622/2000:

Article 3 and Annex II

Article 4 and Annex III

Article 24

Rules for the production and marketing of sparkling wines.

21.  Council Regulation 1493/1999: Annex V, point J; Annex VI, point L

Commission Regulation 1622/2000:

Article 33

Article 37 and Annex XVII

Article 38 and Annex XVIII

Rules for the preparation and marketing of liqueur wines produced in the Community

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