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09/26/14

The winemaker and manager of Domaine des Hospices de Beaune in Burgundy, Roland Masse, is set to retire after the 2014 vintage.

09/25/14

The programme for Wine Vision 2014 has been released with an international showcase of speakers focused on the future of wine - from emerging markets to evolving consumers.

09/23/14

On Sept. 1, 2014, Livio Felluga, founder of the internationally renowned Livio Felluga winery and estate near Cormons in Friuli, in NE Italy, turned 100 - a major event by any reckoning.

09/18/14

French wineries may come under added financial pressure as the government considers imposing social charges on wages paid to harvest workers with short-term contracts.

09/16/14

As the harvest begins along the Loire, producers struggle with their greatest asset - diversity.

09/12/14

A bad summer could see Italy lose its place as the world's biggest wine producer.

09/10/14

An Italian wine-consultant-turned-hoaxer sold the equivalent of 220,600 fake bottles of the coveted Tuscan Montalcino wine on the wholesale market from 2011 to 2013 before the police caught up with him.

09/10/14

Police in Italy have seized 160,000 litres of Tuscan wines labelled falsely as Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino.

09/09/14

It won't be another "vintage of the century", but 2014 could be "just what Bordeaux needs," says ex-pat grower and winemaker, Gavin Quinney.

08/27/14

The traditional demarcation line between the northern and southern Rhône valleys is blurring as producers embrace the entire region.

08/27/14

After two years of woeful weather, French grapegrowers have a sunnier outlook this year.

08/21/14

Consumers are prepared to pay more for a bottle of wine if it's slightly more expensive in the first place, a study has found.UK consumers prepared to pay more for pricier wines, report finds

08/19/14

Sir Cliff Richard will fly to the UK "within days" to face questioning over allegations of historical sex abuse, leaving his Portuguese vineyard.

08/19/14

Bordeaux's upcoming wine grape harvest should see a return to normal for the region, with forecasts placing it as coming in at 5.6 million hectolitres.

08/19/14

Château du Moulin-à-Vent, a historic, family-owned winery located in the renowned Moulin-à-Vent appellation at the southernmost tip of Burgundy, produces 100 percent Gamey Noir à Jus Blanc from Champ de Cour, La Rochelle, Les Vérillats, Les Thorins, La Roche and Les Caves.

08/15/14

Waitrose Cellar has launched its first vegetarian mixed wine case accompanied by a vegetarian recipe booklet and wine pairing guide.

08/15/14

Prosecco's explosive UK growth has not come at the expense of Champagne, which held its volume and saw value sales increase by 2.2%, according to the Lanson Champagne Category Report 2014.

08/14/14

A common estimate is that more than 2,000 wine grape varieties grow throughout Italy; somewhere between 300 and 400 regularly make wine at commercial levels, and this happens in a country that produces wine in more than 400 legally demarcated places.

08/14/14

If any area within Italy can be described as "picture-perfect," the bucolic wine country of Collio with its rolling hills and vibrant mosaic of emerald green-hued vineyards is a destination worthy of that artistic depiction.

08/14/14

Northern Ireland's health minister has said charging drunk patients for treatment at hospitals' Accident and Emergency departments could help prevent the overstretched service from being abused.

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