Excitement over the 2015 vintage is building in Champagne as the harvest comes to an end, with one producer confident of an “outstanding” vintage.
Around a third of the grapes destined for Guigal’s rare Condrieu wine “Luminescence” have been stolen, it has been reported
The famous “inventor” of Champagne, Dom Pierre Pérignon, died on this day 300 years ago.
Champagne Lanson is seeking to enhance its travel retail business with the launch of a gift box with symbols from the house’s 250-year history.
The decision has been taken to rename Bordeaux’s new wine museum with a somewhat snappier title.
Chablis producers are confident of an “excellent” vintage despite the recent hail, which affected some 300 hectares in total.
Bordeaux estates have begun their white grape harvests but most of the reds will be not be harvested until later in the month.
The charismatic French estate owner on the importance of harmony, his fear of failure and love of long legs.
A hailstorm has struck in Chablis on the very eve of the harvest but there appears to be some confusion as to the extent of the damage.
How Louis XIV’s doctors tried to use wine to cure the ailing monarch before his death, 300 years ago on this day in 1715.
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