The label on Psagot wines avoids saying that the vineyards from which they come are in the West Bank, describing them only as in “the southern Jerusalem Mountains.” Under new European regulations, the label will have to state that the wines are from a “settlement” if they are sold in Europe.
The label on Psagot wines avoids saying that the vineyards from which they come are in the West Bank, describing them only as in “the southern Jerusalem Mountains.” Under new European regulations, the label will have to state that the wines are from a “settlement” if they are sold in Europe. Joel Greenberg McClatchy
The label on Psagot wines avoids saying that the vineyards from which they come are in the West Bank, describing them only as in “the southern Jerusalem Mountains.” Under new European regulations, the label will have to state that the wines are from a “settlement” if they are sold in Europe. Joel Greenberg McClatchy

EU issues new ruling on labeling goods from Israeli settlements

November 11, 2015 3:48 PM