Friday January 31 2020 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

Russia recognises the first French wine appellation

Under the stewardship of the French Embassy, the Côtes de Provence producers’ organisation took part in the Moscow Golden Autumn Fair (Russian agricultural fair).

Thursday January 30 2020 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

The suspension of the digital tax is not enough for the French wine industry

“By the end of 2019, the impact of the taxation could already be estimated at several tens of millions of euros”, announced Louis-Fabrice Latour.

Wednesday January 29 2020 - Business by Vitisphere

Vranken-Pommery Champagnes pay the price of the Egalim law

“Champagne, although part of the luxury category, is above all a festive wine bought on impulse prompted by special offers” claims the Reims-based group.

Monday January 27 2020 - Business by Vitisphere

Future trends in the wine market summed up in 9 figures

François Collache, Sopexa's Commercial Director for Drinks, presents the major trends in the world wine market for the next two years.

Wednesday January 22 2020 - Business by Vitisphere

Millésime Bio transitions towards the digital era

The Sudvinbio team with Jean-Louis Cazaubon, vice-chairman of the Occitania Regional Council charged with agriculture.

Tuesday January 21 2020 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

The European and American wine industries call for the abolition of tariffs

The European and American wine industries are calling for the abolition of tariffs on both sides of the Atlantic.

Monday January 20 2020 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

Saint-Émilion gets the ball rolling for the 2022 classification

The press was not invited to this internal briefing at the Salle des Dominicains, where nearly 200 people are reported to have attended.

Tuesday January 14 2020 - Business by Vitisphere

Prowein announces France will get more floor space in 2021

Michael Degen and Professor Simone Loose at the press conference presenting Prowein 2020 in Paris on 8 January.

Monday January 13 2020 - Business by Vitisphere

Wine Paris and Vinexpo announce they are joining forces

 Comexposium and the Bordeaux CCI presented their alliance at a press conference on 8 January in Paris.

Thursday December 19 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

South of France marketing board exhibition postponed

Portraying the Occitania wine region as a single entity is also a challenge that must be overcome despite the deep-rooted attachment to individual areas whose landscapes and cultural attributes are promoted independently.

Wednesday December 18 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

CVG plays to its strengths and launches a 10.5% ABV Sauvignon

Xavier Lopez and Eric Lanxade believe “the wine industry needs more innovation”.

Tuesday December 10 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

Trump and Macron may come to an agreement

The American and French Presidents are reportedly hammering out an agreement on the French Gafa tax.

Monday December 09 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Full house for Vinexpo and Wine Paris in 2020

Among the international visitors to Wine Paris, the countries targeted by Comexposium are the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium.

Friday December 06 2019 - Wine people by Vitisphere

Château de Versailles chosen for the Bordeaux Great Growths gala dinner

This isn’t the first time the Commanderie du Bontemps has organised a fringe event during Vinexpo. Its ‘Fête de la Fleur’ closes the Bordeaux exhibition (in odd years) and its gala dinner is part of the Asia-Pacific show in Hong Kong.

Thursday November 28 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Vinexpo winds up the exhibition concept in Bordeaux

Among his main areas of focus, Rodolphe Lameyse is working on a code of conduct for chateaux holding fairs or events during the Bordeaux exhibition.

Wednesday November 20 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Château Rollan de By exits the Médoc Crus Bourgeois

“With my four properties [selected], I used to be one of the most influential members of the Crus Bourgeois” said Jean Guyon, speaking in the past tense.

Monday November 18 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

Emmanuel Macron objects to “Dry January”

Emmanuel Macron received a magnum of 1977 de Saint Gall Champagne, a nod to his year of birth.

Wednesday November 13 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

Xi Jinping prefers Languedoc wine

 The two presidents tasting the wines on November 5.

Thursday November 07 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Provence wines invent a bespoke regional exhibition

 On 6 and 7 April, trade players and influencers are invited to Provence for a trade exhibition focusing on an experience-based event.

Tuesday November 05 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

France’s wine industry and trade object to “dry January”

 “This message will bring a feeling of guilt to the 90% plus French people who drink below the limits. But it will not change the behaviour of the minority who have an addiction”, criticised Jean-Marie Fabre.

Monday November 04 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Château Figeac retrieves its brand name, but not its monopoly

 The ruling “should curb untimely purification crusades after centuries of coexistence”, concluded Caroline Lampre, who claimed, “We should not have been taken to court”.

Tuesday October 29 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

France votes tax on flavoured wines

 The French aperitif wine federation is concerned about “prohibition for the category in France”.

Tuesday October 15 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

A communal area for foreign wines at Wine Paris and Vinexpo

The communal hall is a “strong signal sent out to all industry players”, said a press release.

Friday October 11 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Vinexpo Explorer takes a trip to Beaujolais

Dominique Piron has been chairman of InterBeaujolais since July 2016. On arrival, he decided to launch a strategic plan to try to give the region new impetus.

Wednesday October 09 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

InVivo Wine is moving into sparkling wines, thanks to Pernod Ricard

With sales of 5 million bottles, “Café de Paris is currently one of the ten most widely sold sparkling wine brands in the world, bound mainly for Japan, Switzerland and France”, said Frédéric Noyère.

Tuesday October 08 2019 - opinions by Vitisphere

Bordeaux’s new chair thinks entry-level wines are needed

Marc Médeville on his election as chair of the Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur producers’ organisation.

Monday October 07 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

The price of French wines could increase by 30% in the US market

“All French regions will be affected because they all export to the United States,” warned Antoine Leccia (left), on October 3 alongside Burgundy negociant Louis-Fabrice Latour.

Thursday October 03 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Sitevi 2019 backed by positive developments in the equipment market

From left to right: Alain Savary, CEO of Axema, Jean-Pierre Van Ruyskensvelde, CEO of IFV, and Jean-Louis Cazaubon, vice-chairman of the Occitania regional council.

Thursday September 26 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

EthicDrinks, France's first green trading company

Mickael Alborghetti, founder of EthicDrinks: “The wine industry is introducing environmental initiatives left, right and centre, but trading companies are not building on this progress by trading in an environmentally friendly way”.

Tuesday September 24 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Laurent Fresnet becomes cellar master at Mumm

Laurent Fresnet was named best sparkling wine maker in 2015 and 2016 by the International Wine Challenge.

Friday September 20 2019 - Industry issues by Vitisphere

The Loire Valley pens a 10-year development blueprint

Jean-Martin Dutour, chairman of InterLoire: “We will be looking at changes in the indicators because the plan is not cast in stone”.

Tuesday September 17 2019 - Business by Vitisphere

Tutiac launches own brand

Eric Hénaux, managing director, Céline Martineau, vice-chair, and Stéphane Héraud, chairman of the Vignerons de Tutiac winery

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.

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