29 Hous. J. Int'l L. 731 (2006-2007)
No More Whining about Geographical Indications: Assessing the 2005 Agreement between the United States and the European Community on the Trade in Wine

handle is hein.journals/hujil29 and id is 737 raw text is: NO MORE WHINING ABOUT
GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS:
ASSESSING THE 2005 AGREEMENT
BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND
THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY ON
THE TRADE IN WINE
I.  INTRODU CTION  .................................................................. 732
A .  The  W inds  of  W ar  ...................................................... 732
B. The Decline of European Dominance ........................ 734
C. Increased U.S. Presence in Europe ........................... 737
D.  The American  Wine Market ....................................... 738
1. The Development of the Industry ......................... 738
2. Current Trends in American Consumption ......... 739
3. The American Wine Producers ............................. 741
E. The Stakes in the Global Wine Trade ....................... 742
II. DEVELOPMENT OF LEGAL PROTECTIONS FOR WINE ........ 742
A. European Protection of Geographical Indications ... 742
B. American Protection of Place of Origin ..................... 744
1.  BATF  Regulations ................................................ 745
2. 26 U.S.C. § 5388: Codification of Semi-Generics 746
C. International Cooperation for the Protection of
Geographical Indications .......................................... 747
1. Early International Agreements .......................... 747
2. Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property
R ig h ts  ....................................................................  748
D. United States and European Community Bilateral
W ine  A ccords  .............................................................. 756
1.  The  Wine Accord  of 1983 ...................................... 756
2. Temporary Extensions and an Escalating
W ine  W ar ............................. .............................. 757

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