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The American family-owned company E. & J. Gallo is undergoing a rebranding to strengthen its perception as a leading brand in the wine and spirits sector.

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In February 2021, Uber paid $1.1bn for a young start-up called Drizly. Now that business is to close.

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Farmers in Germany face fluctuating earnings, making subsidies an important part of their income. In 2023, their earnings were high — but there are huge differences in the sector. 

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A court has ruled that Angelina Jolie did not have the right to 50% of the shares in the winery. However, the legal proceedings appear to be ongoing.

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The farmers' protests in France bear rich fruits – yet bureaucratic processes remain unchanged.

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Sopexa's Wine Trade Monitor identifies sustainability as an important sales criterion for wine, which is understood very differently depending on the country.

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Chinese wine imports are now just over 60% of what they were in 2012. The latest figures show a steady decline.

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Among the proposals for the DOCGs is the introduction of an obligatory in-region bottling rule and the approval of vineyards on north-facing slopes.

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At the Michelin-starred Parisian restaurant La Tour d'Argent, an inventory check reportedly revealed the absence of more than 80 wine bottles valued at over €1.5m.

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The Rheingau wine icon Robert Weil exclusively handles the distribution of "Monte Nostrum" through the Bordeaux network.

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Australian Wine Holdco Limited steps in to alleviate the financial situation of the wine giant.

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2022 marks the first vintage from which Château Margaux has produced a second wine for its Pavillon Blanc.

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The new year has started slow. Will it stay that way?

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South Africa's wine exports experienced a 17% decrease in 2023. However, in terms of export value, they held their ground, remaining affordable for international buyers.

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A new EU consumer protection directive requires online retailers to provide a specific button for the cancellation function. This directive will be effective from mid-2026.

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