Rhône Styles: Time to Adopt Plan B(lanc)

Red wine regions are currently facing challenges, including the Rhône region. In response to declining consumption, the focus has shifted to the style of wine produced. Alexandra Wrann and Iris Trenkner-Panwitz report.

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New B2B Platform Launched for Streamlining International-Italian Wine Trade

The Italian Trade Agency (ITA) has launched "Smart 365", a dedicated B2B online platform aimed at enhancing and simplifying international business interactions within the Italian wine sector.

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Glyphosate Authorization Proceeds in the EU

Despite the European Commission's proposal to extend the glyphosate authorization for another 10 years not receiving a qualified majority in the Appeals Committee, the extension is proceeding. But there will be new requirements.

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IWCA Makes First Appearance at ProWein

Sustainability and organic viticulture as key themes for the upcoming trade fair.

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More Sales and More Consolidation Ahead in US Wine Market

TWE spending $1 billion for Daou is a sign of the future, says Jeff Siegel. But there are likely to be more properties for sale than there are buyers. 

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Burgundy: Going Once, Going Twice. Sold for Nearly a Record Price

The Hospices de Beaune Charity Auction in Burgundy achieves its second-highest result in history.

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TWE to Acquire Unnamed Winery and Land in New Zealand

With the planned acquisition of a winery in Marlborough, the corporation's vineyard area in New Zealand would increase to 750 hectares.

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Inadequate Environmental Conditions for EU Funding

The European Court of Auditors has sharply criticized the distribution of EU subsidies for viticulture in a special report.

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