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Radical French Protestors Destroy Spanish Wine

French protestors at the Spanish border destroyed shipments of Spanish wine. They demand a halt to imports until wines from their department sell at a profitable price.

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Wine Paris Keeps Growing

The Paris trade fair announces it now has 3,900 exhibitors, a 15% increase on last year.

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Pommery Goes Rock

Champagne Pommery is launching its first champagne in collaboration with the Japanese rockstar Yoshiki.

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A New Champagne from 50 Cent

The Terroirs et Vignerons de Champagne (TEVC) cooperative group will in future produce Champagne for the "Le Chemin du Roi" brand of Sire Champagne, a subsidiary of Hoboken, New Jersey-based Sire Spirits - the company owned by U.S. rapper Curtis Jackson, aka '50 Cent'.

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Australia Cautiously Hopes for an End to Chinese Sanctions

China has lifted its sanctions on Australian barley. Could wine be next?

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James Harden's Lightning-Fast Wine Sale in China: A Blueprint for E-Commerce?

NBA All-Star James Harden sold 10,000 bottles of his wine within seconds during a live stream in China. Peter Douglas wonders if the Chinese e-commerce model be considered a template for e-commerce worldwide?

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News from Robert Mondavi

The renowned To-Kalon Vineyard is now certified organic. In addition, Kurtis Ogasawara has been promoted to Director of Winemaking at the Robert Mondavi Winery.

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Symington is Leading the Way in Sustainability

Symington is being recognized as the first winery for its sustainable initiatives with the new government certification from Instituto da Vinha e do Vinho (IVV) and ViniPortugal.

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Changing of the Guard at Château Margaux

Corinne Mentzelopoulos, owner of Château Margaux in Bordeaux, hands over the reins to her children.

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Albania Becomes 50th Member of OIV

The Balkan nation follows Ukraine, becoming the next country to join the organization.

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Sable de Camargue in France Achieves AOC Status

France’s latest protected designation of origin is dedicated to Vin Gris and Gris de Gris.

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Extreme Weather Patterns

The 2023 vintage demanded high efforts from South Tyrolean winemakers. The hard work was rewarded with a promising quality.

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Argentina Faces a Smaller Harvest in 2023

Late frost caused significant yield reductions, yet exceptional quality is anticipated.

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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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OIV Elects New Director-General

The New Zealander Dr. John Barker has been elected as the new Director-General of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV).

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