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This LibGuide accompanies the course "International Comparative Law: The Business of Wine" which is taught by Professor Barbara Bernier. Some resources are required reading for the course, while others are listed for readers interested in learning more.
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The Business of Wine: International Comparative Law

This LibGuide was created to accompany the course "International Comparative Law: The Business of Wine." Some of the resources listed in this guide were required reading for the course.  Other resources are listed as a courtesy for those who are interested in expanding their knowledge of wine.


    The Business of Wine Course

    North Carolina Wine Industry


    North Carolina is the 10th largest wine producer in the United States. The North Carolina wine industry has an annual impact of 1.28 billion on the state's economy and welcomes more than 1.2 million wine tourists annually.  This course examines the major legal issues such as constitutional law, administrative law, land use, international trade and environmental law in the wine business. The history of Prohibition, federal and state alcohol beverage regulation, wine and health, and wine liability will also be discussed. Industry experts will be guest speakers throughout the course. An optional visit to a local winery to discuss vintner's legal and business related issues will be offered.  This course also offers an international travel abroad component to Reims, France from June 21- June 26.  No prerequisites are necessary and the course satisfies the AWR.


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