Defiantly different | The rise of the vin de France

A growing number of ‘free-spirited’ winemakers are choosing to forego appellations to produce Vin de France releases, which grant greater freedom of expression. These non-conformist wines are proving increasingly popular at auction. Read more in the drinks business auction update – sponsored by iDealwine.

 

 

 

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