Italian police have seized over 9,000 bottles of fake Moët & Chandon Champagne from a shed in the countryside near Padua in northern Italy.
Aubert de Villaine, co-director of Burgundy’s prized Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, is priming his nephew to take over the estate in the near future.
Champagne Drappier has laid claim to being the first Champagne house to reduce its carbon footprint to zero after a 10-year effort.
Two Paris restaurants saw their Michelin star rating upped to three following the launch of this year’s Michelin Guide France yesterday.
French regional marketing body, Inter-Rhône, has named Virginie Charlier as its new marketing and communications director.
Lanson is to release a single vineyard Champagne this spring from a walled one-hectare vineyard close to the cathedral in the city of Reims.
A young Frenchman has gone on trial for his part in a rampage at a private home during which he reportedly stole a bottle of Yquem.
A young Dutch winemaker is hoping to raise awareness of the uniqueness of the Roussillon region and why it shouldn’t simply be lumped together with the Languedoc.
Burgundian negociant Badet Clément has completed its third vineyard acquisition of 2015 in the Languedoc with the purchase of Domaine du Trésor.
The year ‘1855’ has been officially recognised as a “traditional term” by the EU, meaning companies are no longer allowed to use it as or in their name.
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