The trial of a Burgundian producer who has refused to spray his vines against flavescence dorée because he practices biodynamics begins today.
One of the Thienpont brothers has sold his two Médoc properties, including one in Margaux, to a Chinese state-owned energy firm.
You would expect Italy and France to make a top 10 of wine consuming countries per capita, but data from the California Wine Institute also threw up a few surprises.
The body of Chinese billionaire, Lam Kok, has been formally identified, nearly two months to the day after his death.
Champagne Ayala has unveiled a new look as part of a mission to raise awareness of its rich history, in particular within the UK market.
Taittinger is launching a new limited edition bottle featuring hologramatic footballs to cement its position as the official Champagne of the FIFA World Cup.
While French wine exports decreased both in volume and value last year, Champagne value sales were up by 1.3%.
A long-running battle between renowned producer Château Lafite Rothschild and Côtes de Bordeaux producer Chateau Lafitte over the trademarking of the Lafitte name has spread to China.
A body, potentially of Chinese billionaire Lam Kok killed in last year’s helicopter crash, has been found on the banks of the Dordogne.
The 2014 Best Value Vin de France International Selection has highlighted increasing consistency and creativity in the Vin de France classification.
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