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.
Louis Vuitton Moët-Hennessy’s Q2 results have “far outpaced” analysts’ predictions on the back of strong fashion and drinks sales.
A forest fire that started on Friday was still raging through Bordeaux on Sunday night with water-bombers deployed to try to keep the blaze under control.
Nicolas Feuillatte increased its shipments by 19% between 2007 to 2014, the biggest growth of any Champagne brand during that period, according to a report by Shanken.
The UK will be guest of honour at an annual food and wine festival due to take place in the Loire next month.
Charles Heidsieck outlined important finessing of its distribution as the Champagne house unveiled its Rosé Millésime 2006, the first since its 1999 vintage.
Closure manufacturer Diam Bouchage has opened a new €30 million factory in France’s Languedoc-Roussillon region.
Striking French ferry workers have ransacked the bars on the two ships they are occupying while they protest against job cuts.
The French criminal court has launched its first ever criminal investigation into the death of a winemaker caused by sustained pesticide use over four decades.
Producers in Champagne and Burgundy are celebrating the addition of their vineyards and cellars to the UNESCO world heritage list.
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