Sparkling wine from Savoy has been granted the right to make Crémant de Savoie, making it France’s newest Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée.
France is known for culinary wonders, but one thing that stands out is the vermouth — as famous as many of its Italian counterparts.
Languedoc-Roussillon has become the latest region of France to experience severe hailstorms, with some grape crops completely wiped out.
Alain Vauthier of Château Ausone has acquired Château La Clotte in Saint Emilion ending speculation as to which leading wine producer would do so.
London merchant Berry Bros & Rudd is offering a wide array of discounts on its Burgundy offering until the end of the month.
French workers can for the first time be forbidden from drinking wine in the workplace by their employers after an historic labour ministry ruling.
A vicious hailstorm has ravaged the Côte de Beaune for the third year in a row with damage to the vines ranging from 40% to 90% across the region.
The former president of a French wine co-operative has resigned following allegations of rape and sexual harassment by a number of employees.
Chenin Blanc is as complicated to grow but as rewarding as Pinot Noir in the right hands, according to one Loire Valley producer.
French winemaker Nicolas Audebert is to leave Cheval des Andes in Argentina to become the managing director of Château Rauzan-Ségla and Canon in Bordeaux.
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