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AOVDQS Coteaux d Ancenis machine translated reference / legal text

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Art 1st. -

Only can be put on sale and to circulate for the sale under the label of origin “Slopes of Ancenis” followed obligatorily name of type of vine, accompanied by the mention “Wines delimited of higher quality”, the wines which profiting under the terms of the law from May 6, 1919, modified by the law of July 22, 1927, of this label of origin, are supplied with a label under the conditions fixed at the present decree. Mention of this label, with its number, must be related to the titles of movement.

Art 2. -

(Modified, A. July 23, 1975) - the conditions to which these wines must answer are as follows: I. - Surface of production The surface of production includes/understands the following communes: Department of Loire-Atlantique. Ancenis, Anetz, Carquefou, the Storeroom, the Vault-Saint-Saver, Couffé, the Fresne-on-Loire, Made lines, Mauves, Mésanger, Montrelais, Oudon, Saint-Géréon, Saint-Herblon, Thouaré and Varades. Department of the Maine-and-Loire. Bouzillé, Champtoceaux, Drain, Landemont, Liré, the Vault-Saint-Florent, the Game preserve, the Mesnil-in-Valley, Marillais, Saint-Florent-the-Old, Saint-Laurent-of-Mottay. The experts appointed by the management committee of the national institute of the labels of origin of the wines and brandies eliminate from this geographical surface the parts of communes or pieces unsuitable producing the wine of name. The plans establish by the experts are, after approval by the national institute of the labels of origin, deposited with the town hall of the common interested parties. II. - Encépagement White wines: chenin white, gray pinot or malvoisy. Red and rosy wines: cabernet sauvignon and frank cabernet, gamay black with white juice, gamay of Chaudenay and gamay of Bouze, these two last in a proportion not being able to exceed 5%. III. - Alcoholometric Title (Replaced, A. November 17, 1983). - To be entitled to the label of origin “Slopes of Ancenis”, the wines must come from collected grapes with good maturity and present a minimum natural voluminal title alcoholometric of 9 p. 100. Cannot be regarded as being with good maturity any unit batch of vintage having a high content in sugar lower than 144 grams per liter of must for the red wines and than 136 grams per liter of must for the white and rosy wines. Moreover, when the authorization of enrichment by dry sugaring is granted, the wines should not exceed a maximum total voluminal title alcoholometric of 12,5 p. 100 for the red wines and of 12 p. 100 for the white and rosy wines, under penalty of losing the right to this name. However, the benefit of name can be granted to the wines of a total voluminal title alcoholometric higher than the limits referred to above and worked out without any enrichment if the informant justifies of a certificate issued by the national Institute of the labels of origin (I.N.A.O.) after investigation carried out into his request presented before the vintage of the vines concerned. The notifications of the exemptions aimed to the preceding subparagraph must be addressed to the local services of the general direction of the Taxes and the direction of the consumption and the repression of the frauds. The limits aimed to the subparagraphs above can be modified when the climatic conditions justify it by joint decree of the Minister for agriculture and the minister in charge of consumption, on proposal of the I.N.A.O., after opinion of the interested producers' associations. IV. - Quantum with the hectare The quantum with the hectare envisaged in article 5 of the modified decree of November 30, 1960 is fixed at 40 hl per hectare of vine in production. The young vines can enter the calculation of the surface planted only starting from the fourth sheet (this one included/understood) after grafting on the spot or installation of marble-grafted.

Art 3. -

The delivery of the label envisaged with the article first is subordinated to the tasting and the preliminary analysis of a sample of the wine for which the benefit of the mention is claimed “delimited Wines of higher quality”. The procedure to be followed for the delivery of the label is fixed by the rules of procedure approved by the decree of November 15, 1961.

Art 4. -

The wines for which, under the present decree, was asserted name “Slopes of Ancenis” followed obligatorily name of type of vine and which are presented under the aforementioned name not being able to be declared after harvest, to be offered to the public dispatched, put on sale or to be sold without, in the declaration of harvest, the advertisements, on the leaflets, labels, invoices, containers unspecified, the label of origin referred to above are registered and accompanied by the mention “label of origin delimited wine of higher quality” (Payment E.E.C. n° 997/81, art 2) in very apparent characters. A label delivered under the conditions determined in the rules of procedure, concerned has article 3 of this decree must be affixed by the bottlers on the stopped containers containing these wines.

Art 5. -

The use of any indication or any sign likely to make believe in the purchaser that a wine is entitled to the label of origin accompanied by the mention in question, whereas it does not answer all the conditions fixed by this decree, is continued in accordance with the general legislation on the repression of the frauds and the protection of the labels of origin, without damage of the sanctions of a tax nature, if it is necessary.

Art 6. -

The decree of January 22, 1954 fixing the conditions of attribution of the label “delimited Wines of higher quality”, with the wines profiting from the label of origin “Slopes of Ancenis” followed obligatorily name of type of vine is repealed. Warning: Information pré senté be on this site are the subject of a clause of nonresponsabilité INAO_19730827_15302/11/2006 Downloadable document: AOVDQS_Coteaux_d_Ancenis_-_1983.doc