We count down the richest French châteaux owners in the world, according to French business paper Challenge’s Fortune 500.
A shipment of French wine, cider and honey has made landfall in Cornwall in what is now a regular “ale run” between France and the UK.
An amendment to loosen France’s alcohol advertising laws has been rejected by the country’s highest lawmaking body.
ABK6 Cognac from Domaines Francis Abécassis, a single estate Cognac aimed at a “new generation” of Cognac drinkers, has joined McKinley Vintners’ UK portfolio.
A July heatwave across much of northern Europe has led several winemakers to draw comparisons with the notoriously hot 2003 vintage.
The recently renamed Marie Brizard Wine & Spirits has reported a 4.5% sales increase for the first half of 2015 after implementing a new strategic plan.
Younger parcels are struggling in the current heat but older vines seem to be in “rude health” as the weather stays on-track so far this year.
France will relax the current rules and regulations surrounding vineyard plantings when they come to an end in December.
This day in 1693 is sometimes pinpointed as the day Dom Pérignon “invented” Champagne.
As sales of Provençal rosé continue to boom, the Provence Wine Council plans to “change direction” and focus its attention on the region’s red, white and sparkling rosé wines.
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