Wine and Warfare looks at the resilience of France’s vineyards from the Hundred Years War, through the campaigns of Napoleon to the ravages of WW2.
From Spain to New Zealand, we pick out the highest performing medallists priced above £20 in the drinks business Global Chardonnay Masters 2013.
We pick out the sparkling wines which won either gold or master awards in the drinks business Global Chardonnay Masters 2013
Wine and Warfare looks at the role of the wine ration in the life of the French poilus on the western front.
French wine group Castel Frères fined €4 million for failing to notify the government about its acquisition of companies from Patriarche in 2011.
Wine and Warfare takes a look at the vivandières, women who would serve drinks to the troops even in the midst of a battle.
Vignobles André Lurton has made several key appointments to its viticultural and winemaking teams.
The little known story of the Franco-Prussian war in the heart of Burgundy and the Battle for Nuits-Saint-Georges.
Wine and Warfare rides with Napoleon’s cavalry across the battlefields of Europe in the glory days of the first empire, seeking “la gloire” and the origins of sabrage.
On day four of the trial of alleged wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan, Burgundy heavyweights Laurent Ponsot and Aubert de Villaine testified against Kurniawan.
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