EDVR Eau-de-vie de vin de Savoie, Eau-de-vie de marc de Savoie machine translated reference / legal text
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Art 1st. -
(Supplemented, D. Nov 21, 1946) - Only will be able to profit from the denominations “wine brandies originating in Aquitaine” and “brandies of marc originating in Aquitaine” the brandies in wine or marc answering the conditions hereafter enumerated and coming from wines or marcs collected and distilled on the territories of the following departments: The Gironde, Moors, the Low-Pyrenees, Gers, the Batch-and-Garonne, the Dordogne, Batch, Hautes-Pyrénées, except for the communes of the departments of the Dordogne, the Moors, Gers and the Batch-and-Garonne included/understood in the delimited zones of the appellation contrôlées “Cognac” and “Armagnac”.
Art 2. -
(Supplemented, D. 31 janv. 1948) - the wine brandies originating in Aquitaine will have to come exclusively from wines showing the characteristics of a healthy, honest and commercial wine, vinified in accordance with the local, honest and constant uses, other than damaged wines of bad taste. Unsuitable wines with the consumption for any other reason that the insufficiency of alcoholic strength could not be useful for manufacture of brandies. The brandies of marc originating in Aquitaine will have to come exclusively from healthy marcs, washed or not washed, obtained by a wine making in conformity with the local, honest and constant uses. The wines put in ? uvre must not have a volatile acidity expressed in sulphuric acid, higher than 1,20 gr. per liter.
Art 3. -
The brandies regulated by this decree will have to come from wines or marcs resulting from type of vines authorized for the production from the wine according to local, honest and constant uses' of the area of Aquitaine, other than type of vines prohibited by article 96 of the code of the wine.
Art 4. -
The brandies regulated by this decree will have to be distilled by means of stills of one of the following types: 1° Alambics with pass by again and stills with first discontinuous or continuous jet heated with naked fire of a maximum capacity of 200 hl. raw materials by twenty-four hours; 2° Fractionating columns with first continuous jet, heated with the vapor and of a maximum capacity of 400 hl. raw materials by twenty-four hours.
Art 5. -
The brandies regulated by this decree will have to present the average alcoholic strength according to with 15° C: 1° (Modified, D. 31 janv. 1948). - On the outlet side of the apparatuses: 71° to the maximum. 2° (Modified, D. 27 janv. 1951). - At the moment of the sale to the consumer: 40° G.L at least. (Modified, D. Oct 29, 1956). - In all the cases, they must at least have a content not-alcohol of 300 gr. per hectolitre of pure alcohol for brandies of wine and 350 gr. at least per hectolitre of pure alcohol for brandies of marc. They will be subjected to the appreciation of interprofessional commissions tasters appointed by the national committee of the labels of origin under conditions which will be fixed by decree of the minister Secretary of State at agriculture.
Art 6. -
In the establishments where, using the same apparatuses, the alcohols reserved for the State and the brandies regulated by this decree would be manufactured a minimum time of one month will have to be passed between this two manufacture.
Art 7. -
(Modified, D. August 6, 1974) - On the declarations of distillation, parts of control, labels or invoices concerning brandies regulated by this decree, the words “wine brandy originating in Aquitaine” or “brandy of marc originating in Aquitaine” must obligatorily appear. It, moreover, is allowed to make appear the name of a label of origin controlled of this area, under the condition which the brandy considered comes from wines or marcs resulting from grape harvest answering completely the conditions imposed by the decree from control from the label of origin in question. However, the reference to the appellation contrôlées of the department of the Gironde is excluded from the field of application of the provisions of the preceding subparagraph.
Art 8. -
The brandies regulated by this decree, when they are declared for manufacture, are offered to the public, are dispatched, put or on sale sold, will not have to carry like only mention of guarantee, in the declarations, the advertisements, on the leaflets, invoices, labels, containers unspecified, that the words “regulated by decree”.
Art 9. -
The use of any indication or any sign likely to make believe in the purchaser that a brandy is entitled to the one of the denominations regulated above, whereas it does not answer all the conditions envisaged with the present decree, will be continued in accordance with the general legislation on the frauds, and the protection of the labels of origin (art 1 and 2 of the law of August 1, 1905; art 8 of the law of May 6, 1919; art 13 of the decree of August 19, 1921), without damage of the sanctions of a tax nature, if it is necessary, and will make lose with this brandy the benefit of the paragraph C of the law of January 13, 1941. Warning: Information pré senté be on this site are the subject of a clause of nonresponsabilité INAO_19671027_56202/11/2006 Downloadable document: EDVR_Eaux-de-vie_de_vin_de_Savoie.doc