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Will ‘Oenojet’ become the next Interflora for wine?

Oenojet is a newly established company based in Provence. Its team of three is headed up by Sébastien Tamagno, its founding director. It recently launched a new service on the internet: wine deliveries...

Crémant de Savoie: France’s youngest Crémant is not about to flood the market

  “Traditionally, Savoy has always produced sparkling wines, both traditional method and semi-sparkling,” claims Michel Quénard, chairman of the Savoy wine growers’ organisation...

Portrait of Roland Masse on the eve of his last Hospices de Beaune auction

Portrait of Roland Masse on the eve of his last Hospices de Beaune auction

  “I am tired but optimistic about the quality of the wines,” said estate manager Roland Masse on the eve of the 154th Hospices de Beaune wine auction. “Members of the industry...

In Burgundy, Seguin-Manuel buys up 1.8 hectares of vineyard in Vosne-Romanée

The Seguin-Manuel domain stretches across 8.5 hectares and produces 80,000 bottles of wine a year, 70% of which are exported to over 30 different countries. This also includes a small area that the...

Bordeaux vineyard prices: € 1.65 million per hectare in Pauillac

According to the National Federation of SAFER (French Organisation of Rural Landsales), in Aquitaine the average price of a vineyard reached € 76 000 in 2011 (+9.8% compared to 2010). The price...

Champagne: one hectare of vines costs € 900 000 on average

According to SAFER (French Organisation of Rural Landsales), prices of the Champagne vineyard rose continuously during 2011. Especially in the Marne region. There, trading houses are concentrating their...

Awards: Medal winners at the 'Concours des Grands Vins du Languedoc-Roussillon'

A wine competition organised by the French Union of Oenologists of Languedoc-Roussillon, the 'Concours des Grands Vins du Languedoc-Roussillon - Les Grands Vins du Sud', has unveiled its...

Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte: 14.5 million euros in net income in 2011

Following its General Assembly in Chouilly (Marne), the Centre Vinicole de Champagne announced a turnover of €207.5m in 2011 (an increase of 19% from 2010). The largest Union of Champagne producers...

USA: 98.5 million cases of wine imported in 2011

In the USA in 2011, still wine imports rose to 98.6 million cases (an increase of 7.3% from 2010). For David Kent, president of Wine Group, "this is due to the continuing decline...

Rosés: a panorama of French dynamic production and market

Provence maintains its position as the reference of rosé production. In 2011, the production of PDO rosé de Provence rose 2%. "The campaign began very hastily. From November, traders positioned...

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