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11/14/17

One Bordeaux estate is making a feature of its efforts to reduce its environmental footprint.

11/10/17

For the first time ever, an extensive collection of rare vintage Champagnes from Charles Heidsieck will be released directly from their oenothèque under the "La Collection Crayères" program.

11/10/17

New provision guarantees grapes from four Right Bank appellations will be farmed using organic, biodynamic or other sustainable methods

10/31/17

Angelo and Gaia Gaja give a tour of their village's wines, and a look at the winery's future

10/25/17

Europe, home to the world's leading wine producers, is making wine at significantly lower levels than usual - and that's because of "extreme weather events" such as frost and drought that have damaged vineyards, according to the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV).

10/18/17

Austria has named its tenth DAC wine growing region - Schilcherland DAC in the far south of the country - known for its production of rosé using the red grape Blauer Wildbacher.

10/10/17

Hail, frost and droughts have hit Europe's grape harvest hard, making it the smallest in 36 years. The quality of the wines, though, is expected to be excellent.

10/10/17

Champagne Henri Giraud is set to launch a new label for its classic NV line that claims there is zero pesticide residue contained in the bottles - the first to do so in Champagne.

10/09/17

Volume of France's top agricultural product to fall 19 percent

09/25/17

Tuscan wine producer Frescobaldi Toscana has made a ground-breaking move into Chianti Classico with the $15.9 million (€13.3m) purchase of the estate San Donato in Perano.

09/25/17

The appointment provides significant enological support for the well-known cooperative and for viticulture in the Abruzzo region and will serve to further enhance Citra's commitment to quality and value in wine production.

09/22/17

Small-batch craft distiller Durham Gin is set to boost production and launch its first whisky after receiving a cash injection from a local business fund.

09/22/17

Unbeknown to many, the UK wine industry makes a significant contribution to the UK economy, generating £9.1bn in total contribution to the public purse, employing 170,000 directly and a further 100,000 in the supply chain. And this isn't a new phenomenon; globally, the UK has played a central - but often overlooked - role in the world's wine industry from as far back as the Middle Ages, with British companies paving the way for the establishment of a truly vibrant and dynamic industry.

09/22/17

Top stories: Champagne has delivered the earliest harvest for over half a century, mirroring many other regions as Europe's 2017 harvest comes in.

09/22/17

Leading online marketing platform Beverage Trade Network has announced the speaker line-up for the 2018 International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) in London.

09/21/17

Game developer Square Enix is offering a red and white Burgundy at $55 a pop.

09/21/17

Bruno Prats told the drinks business yesterday that this year's harvest was the earliest ever conducted in the Douro Valley, with picking at Prats + Symington starting on 28 August and ending on 21 September.

09/19/17

The harvest is coming in early after a brutal heatwave caused grapes to ripen well ahead of schedule.

09/14/17

Due to a warm, rainy winter, dry spring, and damp August, 2014 was an unusual year in Masseto's history. The weather conditions - particularly those experienced in August - made it difficult for the grapes to ripen and significantly increased the risk of fungal diseases.

09/14/17

The Champagne house picks an odd place for the London launch of its latest vintage.

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