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A Chinese multimillionaire and entrepreneur is being charged with using state subsidies to acquire 25 Bordeaux châteaux.

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On November 20th and 21st, the World Bulk Wine Exhibition will be held in Amsterdam. Tickets are available for both exhibitors and visitors. At the conference, industry leaders will discuss hot topics.

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Slowing exports are leading to high inventories. Can falling inflation rates boost consumption?

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After just one year, the Artémis Group is parting ways with Champagne Henriot. A new owner has already been found.

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The Champagne company Fleur de Miraval is launching its second rosé Champagne, Petite Fleur.

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The family-owned company Piccini1882 has acquired a significant stake in the Prosecco producer Vinicola Cide.

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An objection to the mandatory dry requirement for Alsace Riesling has now been formally submitted within the prescribed timeframe.

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The industry association InterLoire has filled the position of General Director.

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The CIVB has declared a good 2023 vintage, despite the harvest beginning early, in mid-August. White and red grape varieties have benefited from the climatic and weather conditions, although the yield remains uncertain.

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Coop's wine assortment breaks from traditional private labeling by featuring the names of wineries and cooperatives on the label.

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An Italian with a background in Bordeaux will be responsible for winemaking in the future.

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The Châlons-en-Champagne prosecutor's office has initiated several investigations into human trafficking. There have been reports of fatalities due to the heat during the harvest.

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Trade volume for generic red wines from the AOC Bordeaux is decreasing, as prices keep dropping.

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By 2030, the CO₂ emissions of the Australian wine sector are targeted to be reduced by more than 40%. A new guide aims to chart the course to a more sustainable future and offer solutions for all players in the value chain.

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The current forecast for Spain estimates a mere 34m hectoliters, with the steepest losses seen in the hottest cultivation areas.

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