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09/04/15

Bordeaux estates have begun their white grape harvests but most of the reds will be not be harvested until later in the month.

09/04/15

Chablis producers are confident of an "excellent" vintage despite the recent hail, which affected some 300 hectares in total.

09/04/15

The cost of dealing with the results of alcohol abuse in England is significantly smaller than the tax revenue brought in from alcohol duty, a new study has found.

09/02/15

A hailstorm in Chablis has caused major damage to the region's vineyards.

09/02/15

The 2015 harvest in Champagne is set to begin with the fruit in "perfect" health and yields of 10,000 kg per hectare reported.

08/26/15

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

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.

08/25/15

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.

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