One of southern France's biggest wine groups has pulled out of
negotiations over a battle plan for the country's ailing wine
sector, days after militant winemakers sent 1.5m litres of its wine
flowing into the street.
Masked militants decimated a wine distillery in southern France
only hours after thousands of vintners protested through the
streets of Nimes over the intense pressure on the French wine
industry, reports Chris Mercer from Nimes.
French wine makers, set for another round of protests, today met
with the country's agriculture minister in their campaign to get
more state aid to protect their industry from falling consumption,
foreign competition and overproduction,...