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Three bottles of vin jaune (yellow wine) from the 1774 vintage in Jura, believed to be among the oldest bottles of wine in the world, will be auctioned later this month, and could fetch up the €40,000 each.
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One of the larger estates in Jura, Domaine Rolet, has been sold to a coalition of buyers headed by Domaines Devillard, the owners of Domaine des Perdrix in Burgundy.
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Prosecco producer Follador has been named the official Prosecco supplier to the 75th Italian Open, the biggest golfing event in Italy.
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Bodegas Toro Albalá took part in Vinoble 2018 launch event, celebrated at the London Spanish embassy last Monday, 26th February. This historic act was promoted by La Junta de Andalucía (the institution whereby organizes the self-government of the Autonomous Community of...
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Held in Germany since 2001, with the participation of 6.700 wines from all over the world.
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A team of scientists from the University of New South Wales have discovered the reason why some people can become aggressive when drinking alcohol by measuring blood flow to the brain.
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A vineyard operator has been found guilty of cultivating more than 100 cannabis plants and concealing them alongside vines at his estate in Berri, South Australia.
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Pol Roger launches 2009 vintage.

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Pol Roger has launched its 2009 this week, it’s sixth and final vintage release for the last decade.
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A decanter of Dalmore Eos 59-year-old has smashed its pre-sale estimate at auction after it went under the hammer at Bonhams last week for £83,640.
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Pol Roger has unearthed bottles of Champagne from the nineteenth century which have been buried beneath its facilities in Epernay for the past 118 years.
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