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  • Michael Schmidt
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  • Michael Schmidt
24 Apr 2017

Early budding followed by very cold nights - set to continue this week - has left many European vines susceptible to dangerous spring frost damage. Vineyards in northern continental Europe, including Champagne, have certainly been affected, as has the Languedoc. Producer of last week's