Aussie winemakers could be banned from using the term prosecco by the European Union

‘Prosecco’ could soon be a thing of the past as the EU pushes for Aussies to be banned from using the name

  • Aussie winemakers embroiled in EU stoush over sparkling wine variety prosecco
  • Could be banned from using the term which is worth $205million in Australia
  • Wine producers are in Canberra to lobby politicians to push their case
  • Peak wine body fears other popular grape varieties will be next in the firing line

A battle is bubbling over Australian winemakers’ use of the term ‘prosecco’ which could have devastating consequences for one of the world’s fastest growing sparkling wine markets. 

The European Union has launched a controversial proposal to ban Australian producers from using the Italian variety name.

Wine producers headed to Canberra…

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