Burgundy Vintners Seek Ban on Genetically Altered Vines

Issue: May 31, 2001

May 31st, 2001 Burgundy Vintners Seek Ban on Genetically Altered Vines Watchdog group sees threat to terroir from modified yeasts and vines A group of Burgundian winemakers has called on vintners around the world to join them in postponing the introduction of genetically modified vines and yeast cells for 10 years.

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