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  • March 20, 2017

    Castel aims to drive alcohol-free category

    Based on market research commissioned by Castel Frères, there are plenty of reasons not to drink wine. These include drink driving, for medical or religious reasons, because of sport, pregnancy or breast feeding, and for one-off reasons such as medical examinations...

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  • March 18, 2017

    Buzet co-operative goes down the trendy vegan route

    Anticipating consumer demand for vegan wines, the Buzet co-operative winery now markets 250,000 bottles of its 2015 vintage Domaine de Michelet certified by the European Vegetarian Union. Certification as a vegan wine implies that no animal-derived inputs have been us...

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  • March 14, 2017

    Diam launches 100% bio-sourced ‘Origine' cork

    Diam has seen a constant increase in its market share in recent years: 10% of still wines using natural cork closures use Diam, compared with just 4% in 2006. On February 21, the company broke new ground again by presenting a 100% bio-sourced cork to the media...

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  • March 12, 2017

    Key figures for this year's Prowein show

    Prowein is due to wecome 6,400 exhibitors from the global wine and spirits industry from March 19 to 21, 2017, an increase of 3% on last year. Italy always has the largest exhibitor contingent with 1,500 participants, followed by France with a healthy 1,400-strong exh...

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  • March 8, 2017

    Two Beaujolais co-operatives merge

    ‘Vinescence’ is the brand new name chosen for the latest co-operative winery merger in Beaujolais involving the Vignerons de Bel Air (Saint-Jean d’Ardières, Rhone) and Saint-Etienne-des-Oullières (Rhone) wineries. The decision was officially made at an extraordinary g...

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