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08/26/15

Have global fame and huge volumes cost Chianti its soul? Experts line up on both sides of the debate to have their say on the Tuscany wine region.

08/26/15

Two winemakers feel betrayed by their neighbors after changes to appellation rules ban them from calling their wines Vouvray

08/25/15

With an opening bid of US$15,000, the experience will allow four people to visit Krug's cellars in Reims, the house's vineyards and enjoy a "unique" tasting with Olivier Krug, Serena Sutcliffe MW and two members of the Krug tasting committee.

08/14/15

Dijon, for example, received less than half of its average rainfall in July and temperatures were commonly reaching 35 degrees or higher.

08/13/15

Production could be down, although quality will remain high, they said.

08/12/15

A long period of hot weather threatens to hit the wine harvest in France's famous Burgundy and Beaujolais regions, experts said on Tuesday.

08/12/15

An amendment to loosen France's alcohol advertising laws has been rejected by the country's highest lawmaking body.

08/07/15

Louis Latour Agencies has announced the appointment of Guy Nightingale as its new key accounts manager.

08/07/15

A Kremlin campaign could force Georgian winemakers to look at markets further afield.

08/07/15

The English wine industry is still undergoing "exponential growth", UK Vineyard Association general secretary and wine consultant Jo Cowderoy said at Fruit Focus.

08/06/15

France will relax the current rules and regulations surrounding vineyard plantings when they come to an end in December.

08/06/15

It's a work in progress: 20 percent of the grapes used for the Cristal Brut 2007 were sourced from biodynamically farmed vineyards; in 2014, that figure had risen to 70 percent.

08/04/15

Champagne house Louis Roederer is to open its own vineyard nursery to have better control over rootstock and enabling it to experiment with pre-phylloxera vines.

07/31/15

The head winemaker for the company that owns Taylor's, Croft and Fonseca Port has compared 2015 growing conditions to those of the highly rated 2011 vintage.

07/30/15

Owners of a new private cellar near Paris say growing numbers of French collectors are looking for professional wine storage to protect the value of their most precious bottles.

07/30/15

In two or three weeks, some of Greece's winemaking regions will begin their annual grape harvest. The wineries Mr. Diamantis buys from age their wine in barrels from Italy and France, but Greece's capital controls make it difficult for them to send money out of the country to pay for the barrels they need for this season. No barrels means no wine for Mr. Diamantis.

07/30/15

Burgundy has roared ahead in recent years but are the region's superstars starting to lose some of their momentum as prices climb higher? Have they already?

07/29/15

After a lousy 2014 harvest, growers and producers are keeping their fingers crossed as the grapes ripen.

07/29/15

Bacteria known to cause Pierce's Disease that has blighted California vineyards for years has been found in France for the first time.

07/21/15

Bordeaux wine group CA Grands Crus has sent a selection of wines to a secret cellar 90 metres under the sea to explore the effects of ageing.

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