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Appellation of Origin - (865) PISCO

(865) PISCO

Number 865
Date 19.05.2005
Holder The titleholder of the appellation of origin is the Peruvian State. The Peruvian State is represented in this case by INDECOPI
Appellation PISCO
Publication N° 35 : 01/2006
Country of Origin PE
Nice Classification 33
Product Alcoholic beverage, Pisco is a liquor of grape, obtained by distilling fresh must of recently fermented grapes in accordance with traditional methods established in the production areas previously recognized and classified as such in the normative rules contained in the Peruvian Technical Standard 211-011:2002
Area of Production The geographical area recognized for the production of Pisco is located in the coast of the Departments of Lima, Ica, Arequipa, Moquegua and the valleys of Locumba, Sama and Caplina in the Department of Tacna, all in Peru
Refusal CZ - 03.07.2006
FR - 07.07.2006
IT - 07.07.2006
HU - 10.07.2006
SK - 10.07.2006
PT - 13.07.2006
IR - 10.12.2007
Withdrawal MX - 24.10.2006 (Date of the initial refusal: 19.06.2006 - Partial)
BG - 02.05.2007 (Date of the initial refusal: 14.07.2006 - Partial)
CR - 31.05.2007 (Date of the initial refusal: 13.07.2006 - Partial)
Legal basis National or regional registration. (Directorial Resolution No. 072087-DIPI of December 12, 1990, Register No. 1)
Notification Article 5(2):No longer applicable
Notification Article 14:
BA:Date of notification16.05.2013
Date of effect04.07.2013
Under Article 14 of the Lisbon Agreement, the International Bureau notifies the competent authority or competent authorities of a newly acceded member country of all international registrations of appellations of origin in force. Refusals under Article 14(2)(c) of the Agreement can be submitted by these competent authorities within one year from the date on which the accession of their country takes effect or from the date on which they receive the notification, whichever of the two is later. Until acknowledgment of receipt is received, the date on which the notification was dispatched is reflected. This information will be removed one month after the time-limit of Article 5(3) has expired

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