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05/17/19

Professor Seguin was a creative and enlightened researcher and a much respected professor in soil and terroir sciences at Bordeaux University

05/17/19

A charter put forward by the Bordeaux wine trade recommends stopping CMRs in 2022, but Tutiac is confidently anticipating market demand for its 420 members and 4,200 hectares under vine. The pledge does not involve newcomers UniMédoc, Lugon and Sauternes Vignerons.

05/17/19

Just hours from the closure of the exhibition, Vinexpo Bordeaux recaps on four days of business, propects and conviviality

05/17/19

Enartis presents a new concept for its positioning - "Inspiring Innovation"- that better describes where the company wants to focus and the purpose that has driven Enartis from the past to the future.

05/17/19

Linx Printing Technologies has appointed a number of new channel partners in North America to expand support for its product portfolio.

05/17/19

Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur - have just been granted permission by the French government to do something that, until recently, was unthinkable. They will be permitted to use non-Bordeaux grapes in their wines

05/17/19

The vintner focused on producing affordable wines and championing appellations like Pessac-Léognan and Entre-Deux-Mers

05/16/19

This improved legislation presents the authorised oenological practices in a way that is easier to read and to understand. This will allow wine makers to easily identify authorised practices in the EU as well as all the requirements, such as limits, conditions for use and types of wines to which they apply.

05/16/19

WINE PARIS and VINEXPO PARIS have chosen to bring together their 2020 exhibitions from 10 to 12 February 2020 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.

05/16/19

The Domain's Innovative 'Single Barrel' Concept Invites Owners to Become Co-Creators of Grand Cru Champagne.

05/16/19

"It was a very busy night at the restaurant and a very simple mistake," Irena Pogarcic of Kitchen Communications said in an email. "A member of staff picked up the wrong bottle, mistaking it for another Bordeaux of the same vintage."

05/16/19

Speculation about potential bidders for Massandra winery has been building after Vladimir Konstantinov, head of the Crimean parliament, earlier this year said there were plans to privatise the historic producer, which was founded in 1894 and also has one of the largest wine collections in the world

05/15/19

On May 5 and 6, temperatures plummeted to -4°C in the vineyards of Cahors, causing frost whose magnitude appears to be increasingly significant. According to the latest estimates, 3,500 hectares were affected, from the banks of the river to the plateau, causing 60 to 70% of crop losses. "This is a little less than the 2017 frost (causing 80% losses), but it's still catastrophic. After shatter in 2013 and frost in 2017, this will be the third small harvest in six years. That's every other year!" said an appalled Pascal Verhaeghe, chairman of the Cahors wine marketing board (UIVC), adding, "Every day, we see more damage than the day before".

05/15/19

Many of the wines are superb. Will the pricing be tempting enough for consumers?

05/14/19

Held the day before ProWein, the theme of this year's Meininger's International Wine Conference was 'wine as a brand'. Felicity Carter went along.

05/14/19

Indigenous varieties and dynamic flavor profiles are among the factors helping them break ground in the U.S.

05/13/19

It was the year that volumes returned to normal

05/10/19

The perspectives of development and dissemination of the new vine varieties and the digital transition were the themes that animated the annual conference of Lien de la Vigne - Vinelink international, held in Paris on March 29th.

05/10/19

The three leading port producers of the Douro Valley this spring have declared 2017 a vintage year - as they did in 2016. The back-to-back vintage declaration is the first in Symington Family Estates' 130-year history, a Symington family member said Thursday in San Francisco before a tasting of 16 port wines from Symington Family Estates, The Fladgate Partnership and Quinta Do Noval.

05/10/19

The researchers developed a highly accurate algorithm that utilizes weather data, expert reviews, and market conditions. The same pricing algorithm provided guidance to buyers for the 2017 vintage, where actual release prices deviated by less than 10 percent.

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