Wineries

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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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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Bodegas Patrocinio spearheads innovation through its latest development: the production of a new type of wine, wholly free from animal-based products, i.e. a fully vegan wine.
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Champagne Barons de Rothschild is to release a kosher rosé prestige cuvée this year to add to add to its five-strong Champagne range.
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Sandro Bottega, founder of Prosecco producer Bottega, aspires to be the Leonardo da Vinci of the wine world in terms of innovation and invention.
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CVNE buys cava producer Roger Goulart

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Historic Rioja estate CVNE has bought Cava producer Roger Goulart in the company’s first acquisition outside of Rioja.
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Henkell has reportedly taken another step closer to acquiring Cava brand Freixenet, with crunch meetings said to be taking place this week.
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Having just yesterday brought you news of Numanthia’s Loewe leather wine barrel, Rioja estate Ramon Bilbao has gone one better and crafted a violin from a barrel.
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Château de la Chaize, one of the largest wine estates in Beaujolais, is changing hands after three-and-a-half centuries of being owned by the same family.
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Last July, the World Heritage Committee, meeting in Bonn and chaired by Maria Böhmer, German deputy foreign minister and member of the German parliament, concluded its 39th meeting, in which it added 24 sites to the list of World Heritage sites and approved the extension of...
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