France

Macron drinks too much wine, says health expert

French president Emmanuel Macron's habit of drinking a glass of wine with lunch and dinner has come under fire from a leading epidemiologist.

Court allows £10 wine brand to use ‘Petrus’ name

A French appeals court has rejected a case made by Pomeral estate Château Petrus to protect its rights to the 'Petrus' name, overturning a previous ruling to allow another French wine brand called Petrus Lambertini to continue to use the revered title on its labels.

Burgundy 2017 harvest back to ‘normal’ size

The Bureau Interprofessionnel des Vins de Bourgogne (BIVB) have confirmed the figures from the 2017 vintage in Burgundy showing a substantial rise on the 2016 crop.

Beaujolais exports continue to rise

Exports of Beaujolais to the UK continued to rise in 2017, making the French region one of the fastest-rising of all French regions.

GVG fined €200,000

April 9th, 2018

ProWein 2018 in pictures

March 23rd, 2018

Fraud charges rock Bordeaux

March 20th, 2018

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