Friday September 13 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Vinadeis plans to close its Narbonne plant in 2020

The group has announced its intention of closing its Narbonne facilities next year.

Thursday September 12 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Vignobles de Vendéole gets off the ground

Chairman Dominique Farail and Olivier Ambry, director of Vignobles de Vendéole.

Friday August 02 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

A charter for natural wines

 Loire wine growers Jacques Carroget and Sébastien David (in the foreground) hope to start working with INAO very soon on their charter project.

Monday July 29 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Gérard Bertrand likens his new Languedoc rosé to a temple

According to Gérard Bertrand, Clos du Temple carries a message: “Earth, time, transcendence”.

Thursday July 25 2019 - Wine people by Vitisphere

Chinese actress Zhao Wei buys herself a fourth chateau

Zhao Wei has become an ambassador for the Bordeaux wine region and was inducted into the Saint-Émilion Jurade in 2012.

Tuesday July 23 2019 - Wine people by Vitisphere

Marc Médeville becomes chair of Bordeaux appellations

Marc Médeville has been involved in the AOC Bordeaux producers’ organisation since 2006. One of his main roles was as head of the promotion committee.

Monday July 22 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Wine Paris updates information on its occupancy rate

In terms of visitors, Wine Paris aims to attract some 30,000 visitors, 35% from outside France.

Thursday July 18 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Boisset looks to buy Alex Gambal's estate and business

Alex Gambal’s estates have been managed since 2014 by Alexandre Brault, who was previously the technical advisor.

Wednesday July 17 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

A tree planted for every bottle of François Dubois Champagne sold

The Féverolles et Coëmy-based company in Marne has 50 hectares of land which can already accommodate 1,500 to 2,500 trees per hectare, depending on the species - poplar or oak - chosen by consumers.

Monday July 15 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Changyu invests in Bordeaux and partners with Advini

The joint venture between Changyu and Advini, with respective stakes of 55% and 45%, went unnoticed in France but was revealed last spring by the Chinese group, which claims to have invested €5.77 million in the venture.

Friday July 05 2019 - Wine people by Vitisphere

Discover the 4 women and the company awarded by WomenDoWine

Three of the women honoured on June 23 (from left to right): Pauline Dupin-Aymard, from the blog Chassez le naturel; Gaby Benicio, sommelier at the Äponem restaurant and Marion Ivaldi, editor-in-chief of Vitisphere.

Wednesday July 03 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Mailly Grand Cru shows off its green credentials in 3D

In the video, several maps are shown and reveal vineyard aspects, the nature of the soil and subsoil, environmental certification, grape varieties, the names of localities, etc

Tuesday July 02 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Idealwine launches WineDex, a secure app for authenticating wines

To create the authentication tool, Idealwine partnered with Synvance which built the blockchain using the Ethereum platform.

Wednesday June 26 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Sharp drop in Chinese investments in Bordeaux

 “Chinese acquisitions have been significant, but have always remained in a minority compared to domestic investors”, said Charles Traonouëz.

Monday June 24 2019 - Wine people by Vitisphere

Bordeaux wine industry elected representative accused of fraud

“I am not complaining about being targeted, I must set an example”, said Hervé Grandeau. “We never intended to defraud”, added Régis Grandeau.

Thursday June 20 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

EPC Champagne targets Millenials with a tumbler

The new tumbler is practical and stackable.

Wednesday June 19 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

Review of Burgundy vineyard boundaries questioned by producers

Bruno Verret has represented the Burgundy appellation producers’ organisation since April 2019.

Tuesday June 18 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

iDealwine flexes its muscle in the high-end range

Cyrille Jomand, chairman and chief executive officer of iDealwine: “We opened a bar, the 228 L, to welcome our customers”.

Monday June 17 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

An increase in US taxes on French wines rejected across-the-board

Donald Trump’s obsession with taxing European wines in general, and French wines in particular, has not waned.

Friday May 31 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Paul Mas makes up for lost time

 Jean-Claude Mas presented the label for his newly released Gris Mas on his stand at Vinexpo

Thursday May 30 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Gratien and Meyer ventures into alcohol-free sparkling wine

 At less than 0.2° ABV, Infini Bulle is produced by a triple vacuum distillation (to lower the boiling temperature and preserve the aromas). Festillant is produced in Germany by Henkell using the same technique.

Wednesday May 29 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

A website for wines served on board Air France aircraft

The lacave.airfrance website allows passengers to order on the ground, but also in flight, the wines, Champagnes and spirits they discover on board through the Air France Connect connectivity range.

Monday May 27 2019 - Wine people by Vitisphere

Veuve Clicquot cellar master Dominique Demarville due to leave

Dominique Demarville announced to staff that he was leaving Veuve Clicquot next December.

Friday May 24 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Producta puts wine in cans

“Cans allow wine to be introduced at events where it would normally be banned, such as festivals”, explained Thierry Berger on Producta's stand at Vinexpo on May 13.

Thursday May 23 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Nicolas Feuillatte heads for premiumisation

Véronique Blin, chair of Nicolas Feuillatte: “Value deteriorated slightly in 2018, due to major investments aimed at building premiumisation and conquering new export markets”.

Tuesday May 21 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Castel launches an estate Crémant

An unusual property complete with ranch and stud farm, Cru la Maqueline was bought in 2006 by Philippe Castel, the man behind this sparkling label.

Tuesday May 14 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Gérard Bertrand bottles his new brand in a ceramic bottle

The undeniably bold Art de Vivre bottles are made by a German company from ceramics.

Tuesday April 30 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

Four producer countries support continued planting authorisations after 2030

Within the Council of Europe, France was the only country to advocate retention of this system of managing vineyard growth.

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