Moët suffers sheep theft in Champagne

Moët & Chandon has lost a flock of 14 sheep in a bizarre raid on its experimental eco-vineyard right at the start of the new year.

Provence vine grower shot at while spraying crop

Representatives from the local farming and winemaking associations have written to the French President after a grower was shot at while spreading Bordeaux mixture on his vines. 

Changes made to Chile’s vineyards ‘will take 50 years to show results’

Chief winemaker at Viña Carmen, Emily Faulconer, has said that wine professionals must realise that it will take up to half a century before projects underway in Chile's vineyards show real results.

France puts severe restrictions on glyphosate use

France has announced severe limitations on the use of glyphosate herbicides, limiting how much can be used and where.

Symingtons test vineyard robots

September 11th, 2017

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