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09/17/19

Several French mayors have issued anti-pesticide orders out of precaution, putting pressure on the government, which has launched a public consultation on safety distances for the application of plant protection products. EURACTIV France reports.

09/17/19

Unfortunately for the cognac houses, climate change is already making itself felt

09/17/19

From August 29th to September 13th, eleven precious lots of Ornellaia Vendemmia d'Artista 2016, "La Tensione" were auctioned off to benefit the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation's "Mind's Eye" progra

09/17/19

More than 50 villages and towns across France have joined a 'campaign of civil disobedience', writes Charles Bremner in Paris

09/17/19

For its 2019 edition wine2wine has invited some of the most innovative thinkers to demystify topics such as augmented reality, blockchain technology, artificial intelligence tools and wine apps.

09/16/19

Miquel Hudin is re-launching his long-running website focused on original, on the ground content about wine in Spain and around the world as a new subscription-based portal. The new website features a massive (and continuously growing) database of tasting notes with scores, as well as a regional and vintage reports for wines that are often off the beaten path but absolutely deserve discovery and enjoyment

09/16/19

As a result of the combined strength of Flint Group Narrow Web, Flint Group Image Transfer Solutions, and Xeikon (member of Flint Group Digital Printing Solutions), we are excited to demonstrate for customers our unique and advanced offerings that deliver customer earnings and productivity beyond what other suppliers can provide

09/16/19

Californian bulk wine prices offer very good value for the international buyer ... It is the most opportune time for many a year to start or fulfil a Californian wine program.

09/16/19

Fizz shortage fear sees UK importers stock up on enough Champagne to meet demand for a year, according to reports

09/16/19

Given his Provence postcode, the most traditional wine in his five-strong range, which falls under the IGP Vaucluse denomination, is a salmon pink rosé made from a portion of Cabernet grapes that are picked 10 days earlier than those destined for the reds. With its subtle notes of strawberry, melon and white peach, the refreshing drop is perfectly suited to sunny afternoons on the Côte d'Azur. While Pinot Noir may have been the more obvious choice for a rosé, Malkovich likes what the Cabernet brings to his pink, but isn't ruling out the idea of making a Pinot rosé one day.

09/13/19

Coppola, who wants Britain to stay in the EU, told London's Financial News that Brexit looked like it was heading for a disaster reminiscent of the 1979 war film "Apocalypse Now".

09/13/19

the Neutrocork stopper's carbon footprint - calculated according to a life cycle approach - results in a carbon balance with a positive impact, with a footprint of -1.8 g CO2e per stopper

09/13/19

From September 29th to October 1st, Vinexpo Explorer will gather about 60 producers and international buyers and provide the Beaujolais vineyard a great media coverage.

09/13/19

And Mario Draghi sends governments a parting message

09/12/19

Among the speakers of professional training conferences, special guests will be the architect Olivier Chadebost and the Master of Wine Justin Knock

09/12/19

Activities begin in September 2019 and will culminate in early February 2020 with the Barolo & Barbaresco World Opening event in New York City

09/12/19

More people are looking for Italian wine online, but retailers don't appear to have noticed.

09/12/19

A consortium of 13 members of the Oenoviti International network of grape and wine research organisations, including the AWRI, has received €874,000 in funding to allow 39 wine researchers from the EU to spend a total of 190 months at industry organisations around the world.

09/12/19

Grapes in Burgundy are now picked 13 days earlier than the average for the last 664 years. And the advance in harvest dates has been dramatic: almost all since 1988.

09/12/19

,which could cost the industry millions of pounds and see imports from small European producers dry up.

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