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07/09/20

The Hygiene and Infection Protection Concept of the Düsseldorf exhibition centre will enable trade shows like ProWein to be held while ensuring the "greatest protection possible for exhibitors, visitors, partners and members of staff," according to the company.

07/09/20

It's a wine born of legend and, as Tom Hyland discovers, the reality lives up to the myth.

07/08/20

The loss of on-premise sales has left wineries with a surplus of wine. That's leaving many with little appetite for grapegrowers' 2020 harvest. Many Denominacións de Origin (DO) have already begun addressing the issue. "DOs are taking measures in order to reduce yields of next harvest to mitigate the risk of oversupply and minimize potential downward pressures on prices as much as possible."

07/08/20

Ben Aneff, president of the U.S. Wine Trade Alliance and managing partner of Tribeca Wine Merchants, urges the wine community to make their voices heard.

07/08/20

Laurent Ponsot was a low-sulfites maverick and innovator. Then three years ago he broke with his family to start something new.

07/08/20

Dominique Demarville, the highly respected winemaker who joined Laurent-Perrier less than a year ago, is to leave the Champagne house this month.

07/08/20

New measures include the temporary exemption from the EU's competition regulations, allowing companies to "self organise and implement market measures" in order to stabilise the market for a maximum period of six month. This includes working together to plan production and promotional activities as well as use private storage.

07/07/20

Works of Russian fine art of the 19th-20th centuries have been used in the Château La Grace Dieu Des Prieurs winery product design since 2017 under the agreement be- tween the chateau and the Art Russe Foundation.

07/07/20

L.M. Archer interviews one of Bordeaux's rising stars, Finnish-born vIgneronne Nea Berglund of Château Carsin, Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux

07/07/20

"In the first part of our conversation about up-and-coming or overlooked winemakers, we considered a select few from Bordeaux and the Rhône. In the second chapter, Burgundy was our focus. Now, in this third installment, England is under the lens, specifically that country's sparkling wine labels."

07/07/20

In an historic move, Philipponnat has announced that it is creating an online sales portal. Other Champagne houses are also creating direct-to-consumer sites. James Lawrence reports.

07/07/20

A combination of economic and political uncertainty is leading to lower prices for some very good wine.

07/07/20

Such comments about the latest vintage release of the prestige cuvée were prompted by the climatic extremes experienced during the 2010 harvest, which led Chaperon to compare the vintage to 2003 - a year when Champagne suffered from frost, hail and a heatwave to produce one of the smallest and ripest crops in the history of the region.

07/06/20

In her role, which began on 1 July, Khaida will be responsible for the châteaux within the Baron de Rothschild group, including Château Mouton Rothschild, Château Clerc Milon, Château d'Armailhac and Domaine de Baronarques.

07/06/20

"The wine world needs to recognise the growing demand and desire for representation from black consumers."

07/06/20

Paris is usually abuzz during its prestigious Haute Couture presentations in July, its hotels heaving with fashionistas and monuments turned into catwalk venues. Top designers will instead be experimenting next week with online showcases to try to keep clients hooked. Brands from Christian Dior to Valentino are pressing ahead through an organised schedule of videos running from July 6-8.

07/06/20

Police Federation chair says revellers would not adhere to one-metre-plus rules as pubs opened on Saturday

07/06/20

The clean, crisp wines of Alto Adige are gaining a reputation for quality as well as affordability.

07/06/20

The huge Bordeaux wine region of southwest France has 60 appellations and five classification systems. Whereas classification systems for different wines can be linear and hierarchical, the relationship between appellations and their geographical 'satellites' is less defined, and often embodies serious mutual respect.

07/06/20

Made exclusively from Pinot Noir, the focus of the first edition in the new collection is VZ15, which is a Pinot Noir from the village Verzenay in the 2015 vintage.

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