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Sunday 5 July 2015

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UK vineyards included in tax relief scheme

Winemakers in the UK will be able to benefit from income tax changes for the more...

Sud de France launches Wine Hub

An "innovative" tool designed to support wine producers and importers operating more...

Copa América: Malbec vs Carmenère

Saturday sees Chile and Argentina go head-to-head in football’s Copa América more...

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London, United Kingdom

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Rise for Haut Bailly in Liv-ex 2015 classification

Liv-ex’s bi-annual “re-classification” of Bordeaux saw Haut Bailly leap more...

Shock over wine named 'dung' in German

A row has broken out over a decision by St Tropez's wine co-operative to name more...

Champagne needs to 'create a new occasion'

Champagne needs to "create a new occasion" and better communicate its brand if more...

International Business Development Assistant

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The Tour de l'Oc in pictures

A pictorial report of the highs and lows of the Tour de l'Oc cycling challenge more...

World's best beer and wine festivals

Forget Glastonbury, these are the festivals you should be making a beeline for more...

China’s Ningxia region launches wine contest

Select winemakers will have the chance to travel to China to learn from its more...

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Bordeaux 2005: 12 ‘perfect’ wines

Twelve wines have been given “perfect” 100-point ratings in Robert more...

Yealands sells majority stake

Yealands Family Wines' owner Peter Yealand has agreed to sell 80% of the more...

Beaujolais pushes for sparkling AOC

Beaujolais is trying to gain AOC status for its sparkling wines which, with it more...

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Wine cellar carved into cliff on sale for $3m

A nine-storey deep wine cellar carved into a cliff edge has gone on sale in more...

WOSA woos UK indies and on-trade

Wines of South Africa has announced plans for a new UK trade tasting later this more...

Tour de l'Oc raises £30k for charity

Last month’s Tour de l’Oc bicycle challenge across France has raised over more...

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The week in pictures

Pub-friendly pooches, Kevin Spacey and a one-off tasting of Achaval Ferrer more...

Rioja revellers soaked in wine battle

Thousands have taken part in Rioja's annual wine fight, drenching each other more...

Scots invited to explore Chianti Classico and Prosecco

The promotional bodies for Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene and Chianti more...

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Top 10 wines in the US press

A Texan Albariño, NY Riesling and Californian Syrah are among the wine tips more...

Robert Parker says sorry to Burgundy

Robert Parker has admitted to the drinks business that he was “too more...

Burgundy in pictures

28th March, 2014 by Rupert Millar

Laroche pressoirdb‘s Rupert Millar began his visit to Burgundy in Chablis where he and other UK writers were hosted by Laroche at its cellars at the Obédiencerie. As well as being home to Laroche, the old abbey also houses one of the region’s oldest and largest medieval wine presses still in working order. This one dates back to the 13th century and is largely original.

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