VINEXPO / FRANCE: French wineries must merge or fail - JeanJean president

By Chris Mercer in Bordeaux | 25 June 2009

The economic downturn has plunged French wine into a fresh crisis, making the need for consolidation in the industry greater than ever, the president of JeanJean has told just-drinks.

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The economic downturn has plunged French wine into a fresh crisis, making the need for consolidation in the industry greater than ever, the president of JeanJean has told just-drinks.

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