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Burgundy vineyards: after the storm, the hail consequences

Par Vitisphere Le 29 juillet 2013
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fter violent hailstorms this 23th of July, the Côtes de Beaune vineyard is licking its  wounds and thinking about the small harvest coming. 1,350 hectares of vines were affected by hailstorm. 30,000 hectoliters of wine in less for the 2013 harvest. President of the Regional Council of Burgundy, François Patriat seized "the French Prime Minister, Minister of Agriculture and Minister of the budget  in order to take into account the extremely fragile condition of some winemakers in the Côte de Beaune, especially young people and new investors. "

French Minister of Agriculture, Stéphane Le Foll already declared that "crop losses in viticulture, when they result from hail are insurable and therefore cannot fall under the agricultural calamities".

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