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The battle to protect Champagne as an IP right spans much farther than the sparkling wine’s native France, as Charles Goemaere, Director of Economic and Legal Affairs at the Comité Champagne, tells Ed Conlon.
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INTA, INTA18, Charles Goemaere, Comité Champagne, geographical indication, sparkling wine, counterfeiting