Closure manufacturer Diam Bouchage has opened a new €30 million factory in France’s Languedoc-Roussillon region.
Striking French ferry workers have ransacked the bars on the two ships they are occupying while they protest against job cuts.
The French criminal court has launched its first ever criminal investigation into the death of a winemaker caused by sustained pesticide use over four decades.
Producers in Champagne and Burgundy are celebrating the addition of their vineyards and cellars to the UNESCO world heritage list.
Champagne needs to “create a new occasion” and better communicate its brand if it is to recruit new consumers to the category, believes the managing director of Nicolas Feuillatte.
China has said it now recognises the term “Bordeaux” as a brand after what has been a four year struggle by the French government.
An “innovative” tool designed to support wine producers and importers operating in the Languedoc-Roussillon has been launched by trade body Sud de France.
A pictorial report of the highs and lows of the Tour de l’Oc cycling challenge – and a chance to view the UK wine trade wrapped up in lurid lycra.
Beaujolais is trying to gain AOC status for its sparkling wines which, with it being mostly rosé, will make it doubly appealing thinks Inter Beaujolais.
One of France’s largest wine producers has launched a high-end Languedoc range to strengthen its branded offering in the wake of a recent change in corporate identity.
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