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04/08/16

The most southerly and westerly vineyard in Britain is praying for the right weather at the tight time to avoid another catastrophic harvest.

04/08/16

In the first of his reports from Bordeaux En Primeur, Adam Lechmere looks at Graves, Médoc and the Right Bank.

04/08/16

The Spanish Foreign Ministry has condemned the latest attack by French farmers on Spanish trucks importing produce across the border.

04/08/16

Curious Drinks, the beer and cider business of English winery Chapel Down, has smashed its crowdfunding targets and raised £1.7m ($2.4m) for a new brewery. Chapel Down CEO Frazer Thompson tells BeverageDaily its distinctive proposition - 'beer made by winemakers using a winemaker's approach' - has only just scratched the surface of what it can do.

04/08/16

The Comite Champagne, or CIVC, has never bothered to pretend it is anything other than a jealous protector of the word "champagne."

04/07/16

This year's London Wine Fair will play host to the largest ever schedule of debates, tastings and seminars, with more than 100 sessions planned across the three days.

04/07/16

The Spanish Foreign Ministry has condemned the latest attack by French farmers on Spanish trucks importing produce across the border.

04/07/16

French wines must resist the temptation to become "like haute-couture", a leading French marketing agency has warned.

04/06/16

Wine makers in southwestern France have hijacked five tankers full of Spanish wine on the border, pouring the equivalent of 90,000 bottles of red and white down the drain in protest at "unfair competition".

04/06/16

This year's London Wine Fair will have the largest and most diverse content to date, according to the organisers.

04/06/16

The Spanish Foreign Ministry has summoned France's ambassador after French farmers hijacked Spanish trucks at the border and drained their cargo of wine.

04/06/16

Plus d'une centaine de viticulteurs ont installé lundi 4 avril un barrage filtrant au péage du Boulou (Pyrénées-Orientales), à une dizaine de kilomètres de la frontière franco-espagnole, déversant du vin pour dénoncer les importations à bas prix en provenance des pays du sud.

04/06/16

Last month, the Italian senator submitted a draft bill to parliament proposing that children aged six to 13 take lessons in wine at school, learning about its place in Italian culture.

04/06/16

Winemakers in southwestern France have long complained about unfair competition from other EU nations. On Monday, 150 winemakers from Aude and Pyrénées-Orientale took matters into their own hands, hijacking 5 tanker trucks carrying 90,000 bottles worth of Spanish wine.

04/06/16

Speaking to Harpers ProWein, Félix Solís UK managing director Richard Cochrane highlighted the shifting topography of the UK wine market, describing "seismic changes" that continue to alter the retail landscape in ways that he suggests are of an unprecedented significance and scale, with major implications for those supplying the UK trade.

04/06/16

Louis Latour, who ran Burgundy wine company Maison Louis Latour from 1958 to 1998, died yesterday of heart failure. He was 83.

04/05/16

The French government decided to create even larger regions. Champagne-Ardenne has been joined with Alsace-Lorraine. The favourite for its name which will be chosen at the end of April is Grand Est.

04/05/16

English wine producer Chapel Down is to release a range of single vineyard wines under the Kit's Coty name on St George's Day.

04/05/16

Angry French winemakers emptied five tanks filled with Spanish wine onto a motorway in protest against increasing imports into the country.

04/05/16

As long-standing a wine commentator as Chris Losh has seen trends come and go. But, how successful has the wine category been at following - or even setting - these trends?

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