China has said it now recognises the term “Bordeaux” as a brand after what has been a four year struggle by the French government.
An “innovative” tool designed to support wine producers and importers operating in the Languedoc-Roussillon has been launched by trade body Sud de France.
A pictorial report of the highs and lows of the Tour de l’Oc cycling challenge – and a chance to view the UK wine trade wrapped up in lurid lycra.
Beaujolais is trying to gain AOC status for its sparkling wines which, with it being mostly rosé, will make it doubly appealing thinks Inter Beaujolais.
One of France’s largest wine producers has launched a high-end Languedoc range to strengthen its branded offering in the wake of a recent change in corporate identity.
Europe’s largest wine producer, Castel, has unveiled a raft of new products designed to tap into the opportunities it sees in the sparkling wine and wider aperitif categories.
Hollywood actor Johnny Depp has put his estate in the south of France, which includes a Pirates of the Caribbean themed wine cave, on the market for £16.5m.
A row has broken out over a decision by St Tropez’s wine co-operative to name its 2014 rosé “mist” – which unfortunately means “dung”, “crap” or “rubbish” in German.
Château Margaux recently unveiled its new winery and vinothèque designed by Sir Norman Foster and his team.
From magnificent marquees and fountains of wine to jazz bands, orange trousers and a hot pink cow, Vinexpo 2015 has been a colourful one.
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