Consumers who buy wines en primeur do not have an automatic right to cancel their buy and question for a refund, say new European Union rules.
The EU’s new Consumer Contracts Regulations, which came into force on 13 June, state that en primeur sales are sales are now exempt from the right of cancellation.The issue has been a grey area in consumer rights law for several years - albeit never tested in the courts - after the European Commission announced a review of its Distance Selling Regulations in 2007.Consumers in the EU have a right to a refund on buys for a set period after goods are delivered to them. That period has been doubled to 14 days below the new rules. But, en primeur wine has been a contested area of the law, because it involves speculative purchasing. Wines may not be bottled for more than a year after the sale is agreed. All en
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