Terroir in a cup (or of wine, place and quality) – Sponsored by the Lallemand Food Law Project

CIPP, the Lallemand Food Law Project and the McGill Food Law Society invite you to a roundtable discussion about the role of terroir and geographical indications in wine law.

Matteo Ferrari is an assistant professor of private law at the University of Trento, Italy, where he teaches the law of food and wine. He has been a Marie Curie Fellow here at McGill Law, where he taught Comparative Food Law. He has been widely published in different areas of food law, including food safety, geographical indications and labeling.

Wine will be served, cheers!

 

This content has been updated on November 1, 2017 at 10:15.

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