Wine Australia has threatened that producers outside the region of Orange in New South Wales who name their wines as “orange” risk “serious consequences”.
The second bi-annual international trade fair for the wines of Alsace will take place next month showcasing the best of the region’s wines.
Centre Vinicole – Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte has reported record net operating profits of €17.8 million for 2013, an increase of 13.5%.
A group of French schoolchildren and their teacher have been taken ill following the chemical spraying of vines near their school, it has been reported.
Respected Sauternes producer, Alexandre de Lur-Saluces, has warned Bordeaux is heading for “collective suicide”, if it continues with its current pricing strategy.
New Vinexpo CEO Guillaume Deglise tells Patrick Schmitt why he’s making major changes to the show organiser’s exhibitions in Hong Kong and Bordeaux
Dom Pérignon Champagne will still be enjoyed 20 years from now, long after the iPhone has fallen out of favour, according to LVMH chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault.
Veuve Clicquot is planning to provide consumers with information on its base blends, dosages and disgorgement dates for all its Champagnes via a QR code, that is, if it can overcome the legalities.
Consumers looking for the best expression of Champagne should buy the fizz in large formats, especially magnums, according to Veuve Clicquot senior winemaker Cyril Brun.
Champagne faces genuine pressure from rising costs, the popularity of sparkling wines and sur latte trading but Project 2030 aims to rectify the situation.
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