The Register will comprise three parts:
- Part 1 is for enduring New Zealand Geographical Indications (GIs), namely: New Zealand, North Island and South Island.
- Part 2 is for all registered GIs, except enduring GIs and those protected through an international agreement.
- Part 3 is for GIs recognised through an international agreement.
Part 2 of the Register will be organised into four sections:
- New Zealand wine GIs,
- Foreign wine GIs,
- New Zealand spirit GIs,
- Foreign spirit GIs.
In respect of each registered GI, the Register will contain information including:
- the GI,
- the applicant’s name and contact details, including address for service,
- the agent’s name and address (if applicable),
- whether the GI relates to a wine or spirit,
- the boundaries of the region to which the GI relates, unless it's a foreign GI,
- an explanation of the quality, reputation or other characteristic that's attributable to the geographic region defined by the boundaries, unless it's a foreign GI,
- the country or countries of origin where the GI is protected, if it's a foreign GI,
- any proposed conditions on use of the GI,
- the date of registration.