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World Wine Crop Drops Dramatically
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World Wine Crop Drops Dramatically

Rough years for France, Italy and Spain lead to a third consecutive below-average year, but …

Nov 11, 2021
Bordeaux’s Lafon-Rochet Sold
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Bordeaux’s Lafon-Rochet Sold

The fourth-growth vineyard changes hands, plus New Orleans chefs band together after …

Nov 30, 2021
Hubert de Boüard of Château Angélus Convicted in St.-Emilion Classification Case
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Hubert de Boüard of Château Angélus Convicted in St.-Emilion Classification Case

A Bordeaux tribunal finds the winery owner and winemaking consultant exercised influence …

Oct 26, 2021
A Steady Path at Domaine Clarence Dillon

A Steady Path at Domaine Clarence Dillon

Anchored by its first-growth, the company diversifies

Nov 30, 2021
A Time-Tested Terroir
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A Time-Tested Terroir

Haut-Brion's history is linked to its soil

Nov 30, 2021
Wildfires Damage Wineries and Vineyards in Provence
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Wildfires Damage Wineries and Vineyards in Provence

Fires add to the woes of French vintners, plus remembering Becky Wasserman

Nov 15, 2021
Winemakers Ask, Is China’s Market Worth It?
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Winemakers Ask, Is China’s Market Worth It?

French, Australian and American vintners have all been burned by trade fights and crackdown…

Oct 5, 2021
Exclusive: Haut-Brion Owners Expand Plans on Bordeaux’s Right Bank, Buy Château Grand-Pontet
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Exclusive: Haut-Brion Owners Expand Plans on Bordeaux’s Right Bank, Buy Château Grand-Pontet

Prince Robert de Luxembourg says they will combine the St.-Emilion winery with Château …

Sep 21, 2021
Provence Winemakers Return Home to Charred Vines and Fears of Smoke Taint
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Provence Winemakers Return Home to Charred Vines and Fears of Smoke Taint

A wildfire in southern France’s Var region burned 600 acres of vines and exposed another …

Sep 14, 2021