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08/26/16

Fierce storms which hit France in April will help to push wine production down almost 10 percent this year, the ministry of agriculture said Thursday.

08/04/16

A small coastal town in France has been literally flooded with wine after a suspected sabotage by a so-called group of 'wine terrorists'.

08/04/16

Bad weather has shrunk vintages in the storied French wine destination for the past few years-which makes it the perfect time to soak up the historic region's other delights.

07/29/16

English wine producer invited to join the ranks of the UK's rich and famous.

07/28/16

Luxury goods group LVMH has reported total revenues of €17.2 billion in the first half of 2016, an increase of 3% on the previous year, with its wine and spirits revenues up 7%.

07/28/16

Lightweight Containers is opening a new production plant in Grossbreitenbach, Germany. The fully automated production line has a capacity of 400 KeyKeg® Slimlines per hour and will be operational in the third quarter of this year. The line can produce all the members of the KeyKeg® Slimline family of kegs. PET-Verpackungen Deutschland is the production partner and will manage the day-to-day production.

07/25/16

Catalonian winery Bodegas Torres is reintroducing the red variety Moneu after the vines were destroyed by phylloxera two centuries ago.

07/25/16

The basics: 14 ha, mostly slopes. Quite high, 300 m to 400 m. Coolish; eight to 10 days later to ripen than Turckheim.

07/25/16

Anger over cheap Spanish wine imports in southern France is in danger of getting out of control, says a local union leader who criticised this week's arson attack on a leading wine company in Languedoc.

07/25/16

Davide Campari-Milano SpA has received interest from Middle Eastern and North American buyers for a villa on France's Mediterranean coast that may be worth at least 300 million euros ($330 million) in a sale.

07/25/16

French wine production is expected to decline 8% for the 2016 harvest following the damaging hailstorms and spring frost which hit several different areas across the country according to the French Minister of Agriculture Stéphane Le Foll.

07/22/16

Continuing, he explained that reaching €1 billion in exports would require Portugal's stopper business to increase by €100m from €900m today, and, in terms of volume, that would represent a growth of 1 billion corks.

07/22/16

Turnover at the UK subsidiary of Spain's biggest Cava producer fell nearly 3% (2.77%) to £15.88m in the 12 months to 30 April, according to records filed this week at Companies House, down from £16.34m in the previous year. However this marked a slow down from the previous year, when sales fell 20% from £.20.68m.

07/22/16

France's wine production may decline to its lowest level in three years after spring frost and hailstorms wiped out grapes from Champagne to Burgundy and the Loire River valley, the government said.

07/22/16

The study was published in the journal Addiction and the only problem with it is that it isn't a study. It's a comment piece. It doesn't contain any new research, nor does it contain statistical analysis of previous research.

07/21/16

The newest vintage of the widow's wine will feature something we haven't seen for an age - oak.

07/20/16

The family-run Champagne house often runs below the radar, but offers some excellent wines, Tom Hyland discovers.

07/18/16

Social project aims to create a new future for 300 men.

07/06/16

The rise this year is particularly strong for the top 10 estates such as Cheval-Blanc, Margaux, Mouton Rothschild, Angelus, Ausone, Haut-Brion, Lafite Rothschild and Pavie, whose prices gained 54 percent on average, far above the 22.8 percent rise calculated on 350 chateaux, Bordeaux brokers said.

07/06/16

The journalist and winemaker talks to Adam Lechmere about shaking off bureaucracy, indigenous grapes and improving Spain's wines.

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