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Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The Chair proposes various teaching and research activitities related to the vine and wine sector. The regulation of the wine sector has been largely "europeanized" and it concerns important issues of economic, political, cultural and social nature: e.g. protection of designations of origin, rural development promotion of regions and local places, environmental questions related to wine production, international wine trade and moderate wine consumption. The project proposes to students at a Master's degree level (including the Master 2 in Wine and Spirits Law) as well as to professionals and junior researchers a European approach to these issues through interdisciplinary methods of learning. The keypoints of the project are the combination of theoretical teaching with legal clinics, the analysis of wine law with regard to other sciences (geography, history, economy, viticulture, oenology...), the international partnerships and, finally, the dissemination of a European "vision" regarding the governance of the vineyards and agricultural clusters as well as the regulation of wine trade and wine consumption.