The Brexit Opportunities Minister, Jacob Rees-Mogg, announced on 13 July 2022 that the UK Government would partner with industry to launch innovative pilots to change the way the border operates, with implications for spirits, wine, and beer. The Ecosystem of Trust pilots will examine the use of technology, data, and trading relationships to alleviate administrative burdens and costs for traders. At the same time, the model will aim to create a more secure border, enabling traders to perform more self-assessment activities at their premises. These efforts are being led by FIVS Member, Chainvine, as well as Azarc, IBM & Maersk, Fujitsu, Palantir and the Institute of Export and International Trade.

United States: frost may have destroyed much of New York State’s wine crop

05-06-2023 | News

Following four consecutive days of record high temperatures during April...

Legislation introduced in U.S. Congress would allow U.S. Postal Service to deliver alcohol

05-06-2023 | News

Legislation was introduced in the U.S. Congress to allow the U.S. Postal...

Ireland: legislation mandating health warning labels for alcohol to take effect in May 2026

05-06-2023 | News

Ireland became the first country to mandate health warning labels on all...

UK government launches consultation on reforming wine regulations

05-06-2023 | News

The UK Government recently launched its consultation seeking views on plans to...

France: large area of Provence hit by hailstorm

23-05-2023 | News

Vineyards in Bandol, Flassans, Gonfaron, Le Luc, and Vidauban were hit...


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