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Forty-five sommeliers are poised to battle it out in the second annual Sud de France Sommelier Competition, designed to promote the wines of Languedoc-Roussillon.
From citrus Muscadets to floral rosés from Anjou-Saumur and smoky reds from Chinon, Loire wines offer a wealth of choice for your wine list
Eastern cuisine throws up plenty of challenges for sommeliers, but Alsace wines can provide all the answers…
As visitors to the French Wine Zone at Imbibe 2010 discovered, French wines are a versatile choice across the on-trade offering exceptional quality and value for money
Bas Armagnac producer Maison Samalens has created a lovely new trio of armagnacs called Single de Samalens
Pol Roger’s been getting out into the open water recently, with the sponsorship of some high-profile sailing events.
You’ve only got until this weekend to enter the Chambord Rendezvous competition.
No more excuses about lack of space when it comes to your keg beer offering.
Discover The Origin's summer campaign has kicked off, promoting the provenance of food and wine.
While the prestige cuvée sector has suffered most in recession, Moët & Chandon hopes to buck this trend with the launch of the new 2000 vintage of its most expensive champagne –Dom Pérignon rosé. Additional hype is being added to the occasion thanks to the dual-launch of the first ever Oenotheque Dom Pérignon rosé…
Champagne Deutz has launched a 2005 vintage rosé that, in keeping with its location in the grand cru village of Ay, is made 100% from Pinot Noir.
With zillions of producers, huge variations in quality and high prices, Burgundy can be a minefield for the sommelier. Louis Villard quizzes the experts to find out where they go to pick up bargains
Languedoc winemaker Gérard Bertrand has made a wine to celebrate France's triumph in this year's Six Nations.
Top Bordeaux wines are in danger of falling off restaurant wine lists because of high prices according to Texture owner Xavier Rousset.
Pol Roger UK has taken up the UK distribution of Maison Nicolas Perrin – a new northern Rhône négociant run by Nicolas Jaboulet and backed by the Perrins of Beaucastel fame.