INAO - Institut National des Appellations d’Origine
| 13 Feb 2009
It was hardly a huge surprise when the Comité Interprofessionnel des Vins de Champagne reported a decline in Champagne sales for 2008 last week. And the announcement coincides with publication of a new just-drinks/IWSC report on the Champagne market which forecasts more tough times to come. Ben Cooper reports.
| 31 Jan 2007
The news that Yves Bénard is the front-runner for the top job at the INAO is good news for reformers in the French wine industry.
| 13 Mar 2015
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| 7 Jul 2009
Yves Bénard is to become the first Frenchman to lead the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) for more than 40 years.
| 7 Jul 2009
French spirits body Fédération Française des Spiritueux has named Jean-Pierre Lacarrière as its new president.
| 18 Mar 2009
French wine body the Conseil des Vins de Saint-Emilion (CVSE) is lobbying the Ministry of Agriculture to appeal to France’s Council of State over a recent court decision confirming the scrapping of the 2006 St Emilion classification.
| 14 Mar 2008
To a backdrop of growing global demand, the national committee of French AOC validating body, the INAO, has unanimously approved a project to enlarge the production zone of Champagne which until now has been restricted by legislation dating back to 1927.
| 14 Mar 2008
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| 7 Sep 2007
The French wine industry’s AOC classification system has come under fire from the consumer rights association UFC-Que Choisir.
| 5 Jun 2007
Champagne has a problem very few wine regions currently face. It does not make enough wine to meet demand. Many believe the only way forward is to expand the vineyard area but, writes Chris Losh, expansion would be a political minefield and not all agree that it is the best course of action in any case.
| 31 May 2007
A group of 80 French winemakers yesterday (30 May) occupied the Paris headquarters of French regulatory body INAO (Institut national de l'origine et de la qualité) in protest against its reform of wine quality control systems.
| 9 May 2007
With the latest announcement of the new director of INAO (Institut national de l’origine et de la qualité) as Marion Zalay, all key posts are now filled.
| 10 Apr 2007
Faced with growing demand and limited supply, Champagne growers are mulling extending the existing production hectarage by just under 10%.
| 12 Feb 2007
Yves Bénard, general director of the wine and champagne division of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, has today (12 February) been appointed to lead the INAO (Institut National de l'Origine et de la qualité).
| 6 Feb 2007
A new-style Armagnac will be on offer to consumers in France this year.
| 29 Jan 2007
The general director of the wine and Champagne division of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton looks to be the front runner to take charge of the Institut National de l'Origine et de la qualité.
| 18 Jan 2007
Bordeaux winemakers have unanimously rejected French government proposals to split the existing AOC category in two.
| 2 Jan 2007
French appellations body, the Institut National des Appellations d’Origine (INAO), has raised the limit on Champagne production yields.
| 14 Dec 2006
The French regulatory body for AOC wines, the INAO (Institut National des Appellations d’Origine), is being reorganised to focus on quality control.
| 6 Dec 2006
Bordeaux wine professionals fear that proposed EU reforms of the wine industry could be hijacked by a French government keen on micro-managing wine production. “The government is showing reluctance towards the reforms, whereas we are in full favour,” said Allan Sichel, president of the Bordeaux négociants federation.
| 22 Nov 2006
The French wine appellations body, the INAO, has approved the transformation of the Languedoc AOC with its production area enlarged to include all of the AOC appellations in Languedoc Roussillon.
| 13 Nov 2006
The use of wood chips in French AOC winemaking has been banned despite recent support for their use by the French government.
| 13 Sep 2006
The French wine appellations body, the INAO, has approved four new appellations.
| 7 Sep 2006
The French wine regulator, INAO, has today (7 September) announced the new classifications for Saint Emilion wines.
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