WINTER BREAKER, France – It’s been two weeks since the first snow fell and the snowpack has yet to melt.
But it’s been one of the biggest wins for a winery in France, with the honeycomb of flowers and vines it has grown at its Winery Winery in Winter Breaker on the banks of the Rhône.
In the last week, the winery has won two of the last three auctions held by the French government to raise money for the National Foundation for the Preservation of the Vineyard.
The winery is also making an offer for a site for a hotel in the city, with plans to be completed by 2021.
But the wineries hopes are tempered by the fact that its winemaking operations are now under fire.
“This is a winemapping industry, and it has to be protected,” Winery CEO Jean-Jacques de Lucht said.
“We are all working together.
We are all doing our best to protect the winemaping industry, but at the same time, we have to protect this winery as well.”
De Luchts father founded the winemaker in 1962.
He is also a member of the Socialist Party.
In 2016, the company received the French wine industry’s highest honor – the Prix de Foch.
The French government has called for a ban on the production and export of wine by foreign wineries in the wake of the recent Paris attacks.
It also wants to make it harder to purchase wine in France and for wineries to sell it to non-French consumers.
It is estimated that between 2,500 and 3,000 French wineries are in the midst of legal battles to win a winemaker’s licence.