Definition: Grape variety for special use
"Grape variety for special use" means a vine variety normally cultivated for purposes other than those referred to under ( a ) (Wine grape variety )and ( b ) (table grape variety), such as:
- the preparation of potable wine spirits ,
- the preparation of grape juice ,
- the production of grapes normally used in the caning industry.
European Union, Council Regulation (EEC) No 347/79 of 5 February 1979 on general rules for the classification of vine varieties