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Poll: Beer is 'no less healthy than wine'
The majority of Britons wrongly believe that wine is healthier than beer, when in fact moderate drinking of any alcohol is the key to good health, according to the Campaign for Real Ale.
LVMH Moves Into Burgundy, Buying Domaine des Lambrays
Bernard Arnault's Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) luxury group has made its first move in Burgundy, buying Domaine des Lambrays from Ruth Freund for an undisclosed sum. The domaine includes a near monopoly of the climat Clos des Lambrays.
UK: Michael Cox: a tribute from his twin
It was as the head of Wines of Chile (when his brother was simultaneously head of New Zealand Winegrowers UK) that he is perhaps best known
Bordeaux wine thieves imprisoned for two years
A pair of thieves were this week sentenced to two years in prison, with a further two years suspended, for stealing 24 bottles of wine from some of Bordeaux's best-known chateaux.
Vinitaly 2014: Natural Wine Continues to Trend
Italy's massive wine trade fair continues to see an uptick in attendance
Wine given heritage status in France
A bill put forward to the French senate to make the country's wines and vineyards national heritage status has been accepted.
Merchants Ask Bordeaux, Where Are the Low Prices?
As of Wednesday morning, Châteaus Smith-Haut-Lafitte, Pichon-Longueville Baron, Prieuré Lichine, Gloria, Suduiraut, Gazin, Chasse Spleen, La Fleur de Boüard and Lynch-Moussas had announced their release prices. But leading négociants and retailers say the wines have failed to create a buzz so far.
Jackson Family to invest in Europe/partners with IMW
California-based Jackson Family Wines is looking to buy more properties in Europe and will be the only New World sponsor at this May's Master of Wine symposium in Italy.
UK: Supermarket wine price wars are dumbing down market, says report
Supermarket wine price wars are threatening to'dumb down British consumers' attitudes to wine, exclusive research from Harpers Data & Insight team reveals.
Italy weighs up options in China
Vinitaly International hosted a roundtable event in China recently to try and see how Italian imports to the country might be lifted into double figures.
St Emilion 'great' Christine Valette-Pariente dies
Christine Valette-Pariente, owner of Premier Grand Cru Classé B Chateau Troplong Mondot in St Emilion, has died following a two year battle with cancer.
Duchess opens England's answer to UC Davis
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall officially opened the UK's first dedicated viticulture and oenology research centre yesterday.
ProWein 2014 Declared A Major Success
The 4,830 exhibitors from all relevant wine producing nations and regions of the world made an impressive appearance. The event also presented "newcomers" in the international wine business
Duchess of Cornwall opens English wine research centre
A £2m laboratory that is intended to put southern England on the world map for wine research has been opened by the Duchess of Cornwall. Its inauguration coincides with Plumpton College announcing that it will offer the UK's first MSc in viticulture and oenology from September this year.
What lies ahead for 2013 Bordeaux?
Initial tastings of the new wines ahead of primeur week shed light on what the 2013 vintage has to offer.
Chateau Bellevue de Tayac in Margaux sold
The new owner has in-turn entrusted day-to-day operations to the family of Vincent Fabre, which already makes Cru Bourgeois in the Medoc, including at Château La Tonnelle and Chateau Landat
UK: Discord over 'rising' alcohol consumption claims
More needs to be done to tackle a "significant" rise in alcohol consumption in the UK, the director of alcohol and drugs at Public Health England has warned.
Burgundy vines 'two weeks ahead'
Burgundy's growing season is already some two weeks ahead of itself due to a warm start to spring, prompting fears of frost damage.
England set for cool climate symposium
English Wine Producers hosted an official launch event at ProWein yesterday for the International Cool Climate Wine Symposium 2016, revealing early details of the programme.
UK: Cheap fizz 'is a parasitic ploy': Body that represents Champagne producers says selling cut-price bottles in supermarket 'must be stopped'
Champagne producers complain special offers make consumers think the drink should always be cheaper
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