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Bourgogne AOC delimitations: Chablis stays in

Following a protest last week, the INAO has announced it’s reversing its decision to exclude 64 Burgundy communes from Bourgogne AOC production.

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Beaujolais to be granted rights for Bourgogne AOC production

Local winegrowers are reacting strongly to a proposal that would welcome 43 Beaujolais villages into the Bourgogne AOC but ban 64 municipalities historically linked to the production of Burgundy wine.

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Wilyabrup close to become Margaret River's first official sub-region

In Australia, the application for the establishment of Margaret River's Wilyabrup GI is in its final phase of development.

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Soave adopts cru system to promote quality wine image

The Consorzio di Tutela del Soave has officially adopted a cru system, in an attempt to promote a quality image for the appellation

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France allows new grape varieties in AOC wines to address sustainability issues

Bordeaux made with Mourvedre, Burgundy with a touch of Poulsard, and Sancerre with a squeeze of Voltis?If for some this sounds like oenological apocal

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Pushing boundaries: classifying the Danube region

Darren Smith looks to the flurry of activity in Austria's Danube region to gain insight into vineyard classification, as one group of producers brings

Wine

France allows new grape varieties in AOC wines to address sustainability issues

Bordeaux made with Mourvedre, Burgundy with a touch of Poulsard, and Sancerre with a squeeze of Voltis?If for some this sounds like oenological apocal

Wine

Pushing boundaries: classifying the Danube region

Darren Smith looks to the flurry of activity in Austria's Danube region to gain insight into vineyard classification, as one group of producers brings