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News & Features  :  News

Trial Involving Fraud at Burgundy Shipper Chanson Set to Begin

In a surprise, Etienne Bizot of Bollinger, which is the firm's new owner, is charged along with Chanson's former owners and winemaker.

Posted: October 12, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  Columns

Burgundy on Trial

The former owners of a negociant house accused of fraudulent winemaking practices will argue that they were not alone

Posted: October 12, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  News

Bouchard Builds Major Winery in Burgundy

The Côte d'Or's first gravity-flow facility will be able to produce about 300,000 cases a year.

Posted: September 16, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  News

Château d'Yquem Drops Its Price Dramatically for Release of 1999 Vintage

The world's most famous sweet-wine estate is trying to change its image and appeal more to consumers.

Posted: September 14, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  News

While France Worries Over Large Crop, Bordeaux Starts Harvest

Vintners have begun picking white varieties, with hopes for good quality and fears that the wines won't sell.

Posted: September 9, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Éric Texier Breaks Into the Rhône

Inspired by U.S. winemakers, the Bordeaux native started his own label, working with growers in Burgundy and the Northern and Southern Rhône.

Posted: September 8, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

Aug. 31, 2004 Issue  :  News

Michelin's Turbulent Time

French restaurant inspector spills secrets in book, just as dining guide plans to change directors

Posted: August 31, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson, Jacob Gaffney

News & Features  :  New Wines, New Faces

New Wines, New Faces: Burgundy's Labouré-Roi Redefines Itself

After making major investments, brothers Louis and Armand Cottin recently released some of their best-ever white Burgundies.

Posted: August 24, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  News

French Plans to Test Genetically Modified Vines Prompt Outcry From Many European Winemakers

Scientists argue that engineered vines could reduce disease and improve wine quality, but some producers worry about unintended consequences.

Posted: August 17, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

News & Features  :  News

Burgundy Shipper Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Though many Burgundy producers have suffered from slow sales, Chartron et Trébuchet is the first well-known firm to risk bankruptcy.

Posted: August 9, 2004  By Per-Henrik Mansson

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