French Cooperative Goes Bust

In just five years, the Buzet cooperative has racked up debts of over €30m. The administrators have now been called in.

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Castel Frères Takes Protesters to Court

The wine merchant Castel Frères is seeking over €100,000 in damages after mediation attempts following the February protests yielded no results.

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Kellerei Bozen Launches New Premium Wines

The South Tyrolean cooperative is expanding its portfolio with two new cuvées.

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Italian Retail Giant Embraces Wineries

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

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Italy: Cooperatives Lead Exports

Italian cooperatives outperform domestic industry in exports.

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Using Viticulture as a Tool to Reverse Climate Change

An Italian co-operative has taken sustainability to a whole new level, by working to store CO2 in vineyard soil. It’s also a way to prove to significant buyers that the right steps are being taken. Lorenzo Biscontin reports.

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Performance Test of Winegrowers' Cooperatives: Germany, France and Italy in Competition

The best winegrowers' cooperatives 2022 from Germany, France and Italy were honoured for their outstanding achievements by Meininger's sister publication WEINWIRTSCHAFT at the Deidesheimer Hof. Clemens Gerke reports.

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