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United Kingdom, October 17th 2014
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France, October 24th 2014
France regains top winemaker rank
From Reuters

France regained its seat as the world's top wine producer in 2014, trumping main competitor Italy where producers had suffered a poor harvest, the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) announced on Thursday.
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Italy, October 23rd 2014
A tough vintage in Italy
By Elisabetta Tosi at

“We work in a factory without a roof, and have to accept what the sky gives us… but I have never seen a summer like this,” sighs the old grape grower.
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USA, October 22nd 2014
US state plans to dump more than 2,000 bottles of wine
By Romy Varghese at

Christina Turley’s father, Larry, producesCalifornia wine from vines that date back to the late 1800s. Sought by collectors, several bottles may be dumped down a Philadelphia sink.
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France, October 22nd 2014
New focus on terroir in Champagne
By Elin McCoy at

Champagne's growing number of producers departing from tradition to make single-vineyard and single-village wines that reveal the region's micro-identities are providing wine thrills.
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South Africa, October 21st 2014
South African exports have fallen compared to last year
By Tshepiso Mokhema at

Figures on South African wine exports compiled from data published on the South African Wine Industry Information and Systems website, show that exports have fallen. 
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Turkey, October 20th 2014
How the Turks market wine when it's forbidden to market wine
By Cathy Huyghe at

Let’s say you’re on the marketing team of a winery in Turkey, home to an ancient tradition of winemaking as well as some of the world’s largest brands by volume.
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USA, October 20th 2014
Are millennials wine illiterate?
By W. Blake Gray at Palate Press

Are millennials illiterate? Uninterested in where wine comes from? Or are they wine’s Greatest Generation? My working assumption has been the latter: that people in their 20s are willing to spend money on wines from anywhere, and are more concerned with drinking something interesting than impressing their peers.

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France, October 20th 2014
French vineyards attracting new blood
From AFP and

Safer, the organization that controls agricultural land sales in France, has announced that of the 240 vineyard sales they are involved with on average each year, two-thirds are purchased by newcomers to the wine world.
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France, October 20th 2014
Philippe de Rothschild succeeeds as BPDR chairman
By Guy Collins at

Philippe Sereys de Rothschild, elder son of Baroness Philippine, has been named chairman of the supervisory board of Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA, the family wine company that controls Chateau Mouton Rothschild.
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