A new winery, better vineyard management and grape refrigeration device have helped Burgundy’s Domaine Chanson enter a new quality era.
Burgundy’s 2013 vintage is set to bring widespread price cuts, even though “many wines turned out to be better than the weather conditions suggested”.
With rising land costs in Burgundy and a revamped image of the négociant business, the region’s young talents may increasingly use the business model.
Two members of the French National Front have been expelled over accusations that they spiked one of their vice-president’s wine with a laxative.
Wine and cheese might be a match made in heaven, but one expert is recommending that the French eat their national dish with whisky instead.
Vinexpo’s next instalment in Bordeaux in June 2015 will include a number of new features, including an entire repositioning of the exhibition site.
London-based auction house Sotheby’s is to host its first Parisian auction offering last minute Christmas treats for well-heeled wine lovers.
Almost a year to the day since the helicopter crash that claimed the life of James Gregoire of Château de la Rivière, his family has bought Château Ripeau in St Emilion.
Red wine drinkers earn more and are more confident, while those who prefer whites are better team players, claims a recent study.
Thieves have broken into the cellars of Domaine Garon in the northern Rhône and made off with 1,800 bottles of wine worth thousands of pounds.
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