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Beaujolais producers unite to stop 'loss of vines'
Three major Beaujolais producers have created a joint investment company to buy vineyards in Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages to guard against the 'worrying loss of vines in the region'.
Burgundy Lovers Buying Up Back Vintages
It's back to the future for Burgundy drinkers, as they cope with recent short vintages by buying up older ones.
French government endorses Burgundy vineyards, Champagne for UNESCO status
France's government is aiming to put Burgundy's vineyards and the entire Champagne sector on the UNESCO world heritage list, to the delight of producers after they missed out last year.
Chateau de La Riviere owner keen to 'move forward'
The Chinese firm now in control of Bordeaux's tragedy-hit Chateau de La Riviere is moving forward with development plans, to include tea tasting and a spa at the estate, after an 'enormously difficult' few weeks.
Crash chateau dismisses xenophobic letter by 'militant group'
A letter supposedly from a militant French farmers' group has warned winemakers not to sell to foreigners and cited the recent helicopter crash at Chateau de la Riviere - a link rubbished by the Bordeaux estate.
Israeli wineries innovate as they reach beyond kosher market
Wine exports rose over 80 percent since 2009; five big wineries account for 82 percent of the market.
UK retailers report strong Christmas for Prosecco, Bordeaux, Bucks Fizz
Magnums of Prosecco and Champagne surged in popularity over Christmas, according to UK supermarket Sainsbury's, with several retailers including Majestic and Tesco reporting higher festive wine sales versus 2012.
The Stow Company adds wine storage manufacturer to its portfolio
The Holland-based firm announced Tuesday it had acquired Distinctive Wine Cellars, a leading maker of custom-designed, high-end residential and commercial wine storage.
The Stow Company adds wine storage manufacturer to its portfolio
The Holland-based firm announced Tuesday it had acquired Distinctive Wine Cellars, a leading maker of custom-designed, high-end residential and commercial wine storage.
Entire vintage destroyed from Burgundy clos
Hail damage has ensured that not a single drop of wine is to be produced from one of Beaune's most important premier cru vineyards in 2013.
Champagne Taittinger poaches Moet exec for UK role
Champagne Taittinger has said that Kevin McKee has left his job at rival house Moet Hennessy to join the group as UK director.
Bernard Magrez to use drones in Bordeaux vineyards
Bernard Magrez is to roll out newly-developed vineyard drones in his four classified Bordeaux estates.
French watchdog hits Castel with multi-million euro fine
French wine broker and producer Castel has been hit with a €4m (US$5.46m) fine for not telling France's competition watchdog that it had bought Burgundy's Patriarche.
Sauternes producers split on plan to boost image of dry whites
A call to list dry white wines from the Sauternes appellation as AOC Graves rather than simply AOC Bordeaux Blanc has divided opinion among chateau owners, some of whom fear for the future of the reigon's signature sweet wines.
EU reforms sharpen competitive edge
The body that represents wine businesses in the European Union has welcomed final approval of controversial reforms, which it claims will bring an end to the "prohibitionist" restrictions on vineyard planting.
Top 10 Spanish regions to watch
One of the world's most dynamic and exciting wine producing countries, read on for our round up of the top ten Spanish regions to watch.
UK and Japan vital for fine wine
Fine wine brands shouldn't forget Japan and the UK for sales and image building, believes Opus One CEO David Pearson.
A Wine Importer Who Turned Bottles Into Stars
Martine Saunier pioneered an import business that's brought Americans some of the greatest wines of Burgundy and the Rhône.
UK wine trade must 'wake up' to change
"The wine trade is at a crossroads", warns John Osborne of PLB Group, as he outlined the need to adapt to a major shift in promotional mechanics and stop consumers abandoning the wine category.
Germany Cuts Wine Production Estimate as Riesling Volume Slides
The 2013 vintage is estimated at 8.49 million hectoliters (224 million gallons) from 9.08 million hectoliters in 2012, Statistisches Bundesamt wrote in an online report today, down from an October forecast for little-changed production.
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