A producer in Burgundy is looking to become what is believed to be the first French vineyard to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.
One of the wine world’s leading figureheads, Baroness Philippine de Rothschild has died aged 80.
France, in particular Provence, led the way for rosés over £10 in our 2014 Global Rosé Masters, but there were some worthy mentions from elsewhere in Europe and the US.
Cognac’s annual “La Part Des Anges” charity auction, which features rare, highly collectible expressions, will open to online bidders for the first time this year.
A huge front of rain and hail is expected to make its way into southern France today, threatening a repeat of the recent devastation to vineyards.
Wine consultant and Argentine Malbec pioneer Paul Hobbs has launched the result of a new project with this variety in its native Cahors.
Burgundy négociant Bejot Vins & Terroir has bought its ailing rival Maison Corton Andre for “tens of millions of euros”.
Champagne Charles Heidsieck has announced a plan to release its Brut Millésime 2005 this autumn.
An English-born producer in Vinsobres is leading efforts to raise the international profile of this “Côtes du Rhône on steroids” appellation.
A hospital in France is to open a wine bar for its terminally ill patients to allow patients to “enjoy” their final days.
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