Wineries´s news

Treasury Wine Estates plans to release a made-in-China version of its iconic Penfolds brand, in a bid to dodge the crippling import tariffs that China has levied on Australian goods.
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The brand joins the mission to look after the Mediterranean in cooperation with Gravity Wave to remove plastic waste from its coastlines. Every bottle of the limited edition purchased will contribute towards collecting the equivalent of 10 plastic bottles.
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Treasury Wine Estates is launching a range of limited-release Penfolds wines alongside a Harrods pop-up experience called ‘Venture Beyond’ to reposition the brand.
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The family-owned winery again Nr 1 on Drinks International’s global ranking.
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Bodegas Cosme Palacio is embarking on a new stage of initiatives in a bid to become a leader in the production of high quality wines, with José Tejedor taking up the baton from Roberto Rodríguez as the new winemaker.
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The winery presents the 2021 vintage of this rosé wine made from a rare autochthonous grape and with minimal intervention
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Château Lafon-Rochet has named the long-term oenologist of Lafite Rothschild as its new managing director.
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Champagne Telmont has added Hollywood royalty to its board of investors, after it was announced that the Oscar-winning actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio has acquired an equity stake in the Champagne house.
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Claude Taittinger, who led the eponymous Champagne house for most of the second half of the 20th century, died in Paris on Monday aged 94.
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It is not every day that Chateau Angélus releases a new wine; but yesterday was one such day – and what a wine it is, writes db’s Bordeaux correspondent, Colin Hay.  
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